Dr. Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani scientist jailed in the United States, has written a letter to Prime Minister Imran Khan, seeking his assistance in ensuring her release from the USA prison, ARY News reported. "Strict action has been initiated under rules against concerned officials", it said.
Dr Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani neuroscientist, who is serving her 86-year sentence at a federal prison in the United States (US), has conveyed a special message to Prime Minister Imran Khan, seeking the support of the premier against her "illegal imprisonment".
Asked for her reaction to Umar's comments and how much China has offered to Pakistan, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said Beijing would provide assistant to the best of its capacity but did not specify the amount. China and Pakistan are iron brothers and together we will climb the highest mountains. So the immediate balance of payments crisis of Pakistan has ended. We enjoy a very good relationship.
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Notably, Imran Khan's maiden official visit to China as the Prime Minister of Pakistan is aimed at getting additional aid for the cash-strapped nation, which has also approached the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a bailout. "In the future, in the light of Pakistan's need and as per our mutual agreement, we will continue to offer help economically and for betterment of people's livelihoods", she said. Khan had made the visit to seek fresh Chinese loans after he secured $6 billion from Saudi Arabia.
"'I want to get out of the prison, as my imprisonment in the U.S. jail is illegal", she writes in the letter. "'Mr Khan had supported me in the past also", she added.
"I want to get out of prison, my imprisonment in the USA is illegal as I was kidnapped and taken to the United States", she said in a message sent through Pakistan's Consul General.