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In Canada, another member of the PIA crew disappears.

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Jibran Baloch, a flight attendant, is the second PIA air hostess to vanish this month; she was scheduled to take a Toronto trip from Karachi and then left the hotel.

Flight 782 failed to arrive for its planned return duty on February 29. Jibran Baloch, a flight attendant, is the second air hostess to go this month.

When staff members searched Jabran Baloch’s room, they discovered that he had fallen. Another missing person from the hotel a few days earlier was a female air hostess. In just a few months, almost 12 air hostesses who were assigned to flights to Toronto had vanished.

A Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight hostess is said to have vanished from her job in Canada earlier this month.

When Maryam Raza, who was supposed to be on aircraft PK 782 from Pakistan to Toronto, neglected to show up for work on the return trip, PK 784 from Toronto to Karachi, the event became public knowledge. According to those with knowledge of the situation, after PIA’s hanging uniform was found in her room, a letter with the words “Thank you, PIA” was found next to it.

This is the third instance of PIA flight attendants’slipping’ while on duty that has been documented this year; two of the cases involve women.

The efficacy of these procedures has not increased despite steps taken to prevent similar instances, such as obtaining the passports of flight attendants assigned to Toronto flights.

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FIA disbands group engaged in visa fraud

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The Anti-Human Trafficking Circle conducted the raid in the F-7 district of Islamabad, according to an FIA spokeswoman, and four people were taken into custody, including a lady gang member who had defrauded citizens of billions of dollars through a visa scam.

In addition to the female gang member, other suspects were Saddam Hussain, Umair Kazmi, and Malik Bilal.

Numerous first-information reports across the nation have nominated the culprits, who had conned people out of billions of dollars.

The group was charged in cases filed in the last two years with the FIA, the center, and all four provinces of Pakistan.

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According to the FIA spokeswoman, the suspects have also gotten money from citizens through bank transfers.

The organization used to deceive people on social media by offering to help them obtain a visa and find work abroad. They also set up an illegal agency in order to take money from the citizens.

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PIA shares see a 600% increase.

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The shares of the national flag carrier, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), experienced a 600% increase in trading at the Pakistan Stock Exchange subsequent to changes at the airline.

The price of PIA shares increased from Rs4.50 to Rs27 over the past ten days. Market analysts claim that investors’ increased confidence following the PIA reform process is the reason for the share price increase.

The PIA share is now the 17th largest traded share on the PSX, with a share value of Rs27.

The government hopes to finish the cash-strapped Pakistan International Airline (PIA) privatization process in June, according to remarks made by Finance Minister Muhammad Aurangzeb yesterday.

During his interview on the ARY News program KHABAR with Meher Bukhari, Federal Minister for Privatization and Board of Investment Abdul Aleem Khan stated that he is working on the privatization of the national flag carrier.

The minister of finance conveyed optimism that the government will shortly start getting bids for the PIA.

Regarding cutting operational costs, Aurangzeb said the federal government will make an announcement shortly about a decision involving ministries that have been transferred to the provinces.

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On Eidul-Fitr, PR will operate four special trains.

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As per the information provided, special trains will be deployed during Eid to offer assistance to passengers traveling to Lahore, Karachi, Peshawar, and Quetta.

The CEO of Railway, Aamir Ali Baloch, has issued directives for the operation of special trains during Eid.

According to him, in the event of a fall in the cost of petroleum products, the Railways will also lower the rates during Eid.

Baloch also stressed the significance of coal transportation in covering nearly 50 percent of railway costs and highlighted the necessity for ongoing endeavors to efficiently run the railway system.

The user highlighted the significant accomplishments of Khawaja Saad Rafique, the previous Railways Minister, in enhancing the railway system. These contributions include the rehabilitation of tracks and the return of profitable train services.

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