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Jan 03, 2019
7:02AM

Pak govt to send list of 172 persons on ECL to review committee

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Pakistan government has decided to send a no-fly list of 172 people, including former President Asif Ali Zardari, to a review committee.  Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry told reporters in Islamabad yesterday that the move was in accordance with orders of the Supreme Court. 

The Minister said influential people often fly out of the country after facing corruption cases. The apex court had directed the Cabinet on Monday to reconsider its "hasty decision" of placing the names of 172 people,  on the no-fly list. 

Last week, the Cabinet had banned all 172 individuals from leaving the country. Those hit by the ban included Zardari, his son Bilawal, sister Faryal, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah and several others politicians, businessmen and bureaucrats.

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