Foreigners returning home
My cousin needed a doctor for his vegetable market. The candidate who was accepted for the interview was a young Saudi. This young man had an entry in computer science and also had domestic and foreign experience. This was a very strange thing for me. But my surprise was dispelled when a media report revealed that 300,000 Pakistanis had returned home. Among them 154856 Pakistanis returned from UAE, 63595 from Saudi Arabia, 17062 from Qatar, 7122 from UK, 11792 from Oman and 4714 from Malaysia. In addition, thousands of Pakistanis returned home from Afghanistan, India, Iran, the United States, Azerbaijan, Canada and other countries.
Fortunately, C-Pak is currently headed by a patriotic Pakistani like Asim Saleem Bajwa, who is keen to give opportunities to more skilled Pakistanis in C-Pak in collaboration with Toyota and Nautech. Which will have far-reaching effects on the national economy. If new and skilled Pakistanis with old and extensive experience are given the opportunity to work in C-Pack, it will be beneficial for both new and old and thus our skilled manpower can be used for our own development. Will