According to government sources, a contingent of 42 US troops has left Pakistan, after which all US troops coming to Pakistan from Kabul have left.
Sources say that there are no US troops in Pakistan now. However, US troops arrived in Islamabad after the withdrawal from Afghanistan.
ARY News has received the data released from Islamabad International Airport. Islamabad International Airport has become a hub for coalition aircraft, with military and special commercial aircraft plying the route.
Special flight operations are also expected to increase CAA foreign exchange. For example, 450 flights landed and took off at Islamabad Airport. These flights included flights of coalition forces and other airlines.
Seven PIA planes also took part in the Kabul operation. In addition, in a special operation, more than 26,000 foreigners were taken to Islamabad.
Foreign special flights departed to different countries while PIA delivered 1460 Afghans and compatriots to Pakistan.
Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry had said in a news briefing after the cabinet meeting today that 10,302 NATO and its allies had come to Pakistan, 9032 had gone to their home countries, 545 Afghans and 684 citizens of other countries were present. 2421 including Afghans, and only 10 Afghans came to Pakistan from the Chaman border.
“Pakistan helped expel international observers from Afghanistan. Pakistani ministries on the Afghan issue have been praised by the whole world. From day one, we are committed to assisting in the evacuation,” he said.
On the other hand, PTI leader and Senator Faisal Javed have strongly reacted to the fake image of the presence of US troops in the Islamabad shelter.
Faisal Javed posted a translation of a verse from the Koran, calling the photo a forgery, and appealed, “Don’t make the feeling of the shelter controversial.”