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Saudi Arabia threatens Pakistan to expel 4 million Pakistani employees from their country
It was said that this was not the first case of pressure, and it is a matter of great sadness: Turkish President brings Imran Khan’s spirited reason for not attending the conference in Kuala Lumpur.
Kuala Lumpur (d. December 20, 2019) brings to light a reason for Turkish President Imran Khan not to attend the Kuala Lumpur Conference, Taib Erdogan claims that Saudi Arabia threatens Pakistan to expel 4 million Pakistani employees from their country They will remove the said Pakistanis and give jobs to Bangladeshis. According to details, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan addressed the Malaysian capital during a conference in Kuala Lumpur.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has criticized Saudi Arabia in his address. The Turkish president claims that Saudi Arabia pressured Pakistan and forced him not to attend the Kuala Lumpur conference. The Turkish president claims that Saudi Arabia threatened Pakistan that if Prime Minister Imran Khan attended the Kuala Lumpur conference, the Saudi government would expel 40 million Pakistanis working in their country.
Saudi Arabia threatens Pakistan that it has a substitute for Pakistani workers. In the event of attending the Malaysia Conference, 4 million Pakistanis working in Saudi Arabia will be deported and Bangladeshis will be recruited. The Turkish president says this is not the first case of pressure from Saudi Arabia. This is a tragic situation and the attitude of Saudi Arabia is also regrettable.
It should be noted that Pakistan, Malaysia and Turkey have decided to hold a conference of some Islamic countries in Kuala Lumpur and create a new and dynamic block to better represent the Muslims. Saudi Arabia, however, strongly opposed the conference. Prime Minister Imran Khan had agreed to attend the conference, but before holding the conference, he made an emergency visit to Saudi Arabia, on which he announced that Pakistan would not attend the Kuala Lumpur Conference on his return.