VVIP Bathrooms: Imran Khan's Pakistan Govt Installs Biometric Recognition Machines Outside Bathrooms In Key Ministry

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The Imran Khan government which is already grappling with Pakistan's crushing debt has installed VVIP bathrooms equipped with biometric recognition machines outside the doors, as shared by a Twitter user on Friday

Written By Suchitra Karthikeyan | Mumbai | Updated On:

The Imran Khan government which is already grappling with Pakistan's crushing debt has installed VVIP bathrooms equipped with biometric recognition machines outside the doors, as shared by a Twitter user on Friday.

As per Pakistan media reports, this bathroom is accessible only to by an additional secretary or an officer above the rank in Islambad's Ministry of Industries and Production. She points out that this ironically goes against Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government's promise to end VIP culture.

Here's How Much Debt-hit Pakistan Lost Due To Its Air-space Closure

Netizens have taunted the ironical 'VVIP bathrooms':

Air India Lost Rs 491 Cr Till July 2 Due To Closure Of Pakistan Airspace: Government

Meanwhile, days, after Pakistan opened its airspace for civilian traffic it was revealed on Friday that the country has suffered a whopping USD 50 million loss due to the closure of airspace for close to 5 months. 

Addressing a press conference in Karachi, Federal Minister for Aviation Ghulam Sarwar Khan said that the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) suffered a loss of Rs 8.5 billion because of the airspace restrictions. He further added that the Imran Khan government is trying to revamp the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA). 

Pakistan Opens Airspace For All Civilian Traffic; Indian Flights To Operate Soon

The Imran Khan government had closed its airspace on February 26 after the Indian Air Force (IAF) carried out airstrikes on Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terror camp in Balakot in retaliation for the Pulwama terror attack in which 40 CRPF jawans were martyred.

Notably, Indian airline Air India also suffered a huge financial loss of around Rs 491 crore till July 2 after it had to re-route majority of its international flights because of the closure of the Pakistan airspace. 

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