Iqama-related issues of around 900,000 Pakistanis in Saudi resolved, Senate informed (The Frontier Star (Pakistan))

The Senate was informed that the issues related to Iqamas of around 900,000 Pakistanis in Saudi Arabia have been resolved.
The Senate resumed its session here on Wednesday evening. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz informed the House that issues related to Iqamas of around 900,000 Pakistanis in Saudi Arabia have been resolved. He said that Pakistan government was making allout efforts to get the Pakistani prisoners released from Saudi jails.
During the session the minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Shaikh Aftab Ahmad told the House that ratio of accidents on National Highways has also been decreased. Minister of State for National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination Saira Afzal Tarar told the House that breast cancer in females and prostate cancer in males is on the high in Pakistan.
She said that cancer is spreading fast in youngsters between the ages 18 and 22. She said that in Karachi mouth cancer is common due to excessive use of Paan and chewable tobacco. To a question, Minister of State for Federal Education and Trainings Mohammad Balighur Rehman told the House that Disaster Management curriculum’s education would be made mandatory in the universities.
Later the House was prorogued.