Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan, who was buried under a billion-dollar debt of Saudi Arabia, has given permission to Prince Mohammed bin Salman to do ‘Ayyashi’ in his country. The Imran government has approved the hunting of internationally protected Hubrao or Tilor birds to Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman and two other members of his royal family. The pressure from Prince Mohammed bin Salman is that the Imran Khan government has also allowed a fugitive Saudi Prince to hunt, who did not pay the fee money last year.
Imran makes ‘deal’ of birds in Pakistan’s shelter
Pakistani newspaper Dawn quoted sources as saying that besides Prince Mohammed bin Salman, two other people who have been allowed to hunt for Hubrao are also a fugitive. Members of this fugitive Saudi royal family did not pay fees even after hunting in Pakistan last year.
It is being told that these three people have been given special areas for hunting in Balochistan and Punjab. Saudi Prince’s name is at the bottom of this list of hunters, who are now the real kings of Saudi Arabia. Hubrao birds found in Central Asian countries take refuge in Pakistan to escape the severe cold, and now the Imran government has once again made a deal with the Saudi Prince for the life of these unique people.
Imran had protested before becoming PM, now allowed
The Imran Khan government has invited hunters from Arab countries to hunt. The number of Hubara birds is decreasing very fast and its hunting is prohibited not only in the world but also in Pakistan. According to sources, when Imran Khan was not in power, he was opposed to allowing the hunting of Hubarao birds and did not allow hunting in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa where his party ruled.
However, now Imran Khan has overturned his decision and has allowed the Saudi Prince to hunt the Hubrao birds. Dawn informed that Prince Fahd bin Sultan, the governor of Tabuk province, has also been granted permission.