Pakistan can have to face travelling restrictions due to polio: WHO Chief
ISLAMABAD: World Health Organization (WHO) Chief, Dr Margaret Chan has expressed her fears that Pakistan can have to face travelling restrictions by the international fraternity in the wake of persisting polio disease here and the decision will be made in May this year during the WHO board meeting – ARY News reports.
According to details, visiting WHO Chief, Dr Margaret Chan met the Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan at his residence in Bani Gala here.
During a joint news conference after the meeting, Dr Margaret said that Pakistan leads among the polio-affected states, yet he vowed to inform the international fraternity that the current Government and leadership here is highly determined to eradicate polio from the country.
On this occasion, Imran Khan demanded the Government to include the polio teams issue in the agenda of talks with Taliban. He added that the attacks on polio teams are directly related to Dr Shakeel Afridi.
Khan said that it is a condemnable fact that the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) used the polio workers for its motives in Pakistan.