The United Nations (UN) has asked all its employees not to travel with airlines registered in Pakistan due to security reasons. The global body has taken this step when news of fake licenses of pilots in Pakistani Airlines came out a few months ago. In view of this, the UN has issued this warning.
A guideline has been issued by the United Nations Security Management System (UNSMS) stating that the ‘Civil Aviation Authority’ (CAA) has issued a warning for the use of registered air operators in Pakistan, due to investigations into Pakistan’s fake licenses. It is being given.
Please tell that the Pakistani aviation service has been in controversy since the plane crash in Karachi last year. The country’s minister himself claimed that a large number of pilots in the country had fake licenses. Not only this, it was also believed in Parliament that airline staff have been caught in crimes like smuggling.
The guidelines issued by the UN have been issued for all Pakistan Airlines. This directive will be applicable to all UN agencies – UN Development Program, World Health Organization, UN Refugee High Commission, Food and Agriculture Organization, UN Education, Science and Cultural Organization etc.
Even inside Pakistan, one cannot travel by any Pakistani registered airline. The UN guidelines state that air operator information is the result of a new automated system, linked to the revised global air travel safety policy.
In May last year, there were several cases of forgery and negligence in Pakistani airlines after a plane crash in a residential area near Karachi Airport. Not only this, the country’s aviation minister Sarwar Khan has alleged that about 40 percent of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) pilots are fake. A spokesman for Imran Khan’s party had said that it is known to all that the PIA staff has been caught in many types of smuggling.