Sindh Kacha robbers are hurting the nation’s reputation, economy, and aviation sector.

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Chairman of National Business Group Pakistan, President of Pakistan Businessmen and Intellectuals Forum, and All Karachi Industrial Alliance, Mian Zahid Hussain, and former provincial minister, said on Monday that the problem of kacha robbers has gotten worse. He said that the dacoits are damaging the economy, the reputation of the country, and the aviation industry.

Mian Zahid Hussain said that Pakistan might see a cut in the airlines’ flights from other countries coming to Pakistan. Talking to the business community, the veteran business leader said that while the lives of the people have become tormented due to the bandits, the aviation industry is also suffering. The dacoits of kacha have become very active on social media, in which they can be seen armed with rockets, missiles, and anti-aircraft weapons. The presence of anti-aircraft armaments with them has caused a wave of concern worldwide.

The foreign airlines whose flights come to Pakistan are worried that the bandits may target their planes and cause heavy damage.

The business leader said that the country’s aviation industry is not good. Many countries used to warn travellers about PIA, but now the passengers have also been deprived of the facility of insurance.

In case of an incident, the travelers will not receive compensation. At this time, a large number of flights are being canceled. If the situation remains the same, the number of foreign airlines flying to Pakistan may decrease.

Mian Zahid Hussain said that the main highways are unsafe due to bandits, who are harmful to people and trade. He said strict action should also be taken against politicians and the landed aristocracy supporting the outlaws.

He said that duty-free entry into the European market is allowed for most Pakistani products due to the GSP plus status. Still, despite this, Pakistan’s exports to European countries have started to decrease. Pakistan’s exports to European countries decreased by 6.89% in the first eight months of this financial year, which was 5.812 billion dollars in the same period last year.

The exports have decreased from 5.812 billion dollars to 5.411 billion dollars. The fall in exports is due to the decrease in demand for Pakistani goods in Western, Southern, and Northern Europe, which should be noted, he demanded.


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