Mortal remains of Pakistani man killed in UAE attack arrives in Peshawar
ISLAMABAD – The body of a Pakistani national, who was killed in an attack by Houthis on Abu Dhabi this week, was repatriated and handed over to his family.
Pakistan’s embassy in Abu Dhabi shared a tweet about the development saying Mamoor Khan’s body was repatriated to Peshawar Airport from Abu Dhabi. Khan's body was flown to Peshawar Airport from Abu Dhabi Airport where Pakistani diplomatic staff was also present.
The Embassy officials dispatched the dead remains of the deceased Pakistani who died in the terrorist attack on Abu Dhabi on 17 January. Today, the dead body arrived in Pakistan and was received by the government officials and handed over to the family members.— Pakistan Embassy UAE (@PakinUAE_) January 20, 2022
Mamoor Khan, who hailed from the Waziristan region of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) province, was a driver in Abu Dhabi Oil Company and was at the site during the unfortunate incident. He travelled to the Gulf state around three years ago.
Overseas Pakistanis Foundation reportedly made the local transportation arrangements. A senior official of welfare division told a foreign media outlet that OPF regional head of KPK and its other senior officials received the dead body of Mamoor Khan and arranged for its local transportation to his hometown near the Pak-Afghan border town in North Waziristan.
The official also added to facilitate the bereaved family in getting the insurance amount, salary, and other financial compensations as the Pakistani national was killed in an accidental death.
Meanwhile, the deceased’s brother commended UAE authorities and Pakistan’s mission in Abu Dhabi for facilitating the repatriation of the body.
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