KARACHI: The federal government has allowed four other members of the ruling family, including the President of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, to hunt internationally.
According to the report, sources said that the list of victims along with the President of the United Arab Emirates included the names of his brother and two other members of the royal family.
Sheikh Khalifa was allowed to hunt in 3 provinces, Sindh, Balochistan and Punjab.
Sources said that a license issued by Foreign Office Deputy Chief of Protocol Mohammad Adeel Pervez received an embassy in Islamabad, United Arab Emirates, to convey to the royal family.
According to the permit, the Sheikh Khalifa was granted to Sukkur, Ghotki, Sanghar and Nawabshah of Sindh, Panjgod, Balochistan, Kharan (plus Nag Dara), Wushk (plus Mashkel), and Domki areas of Mamra, Pasni, Gwadar, Zhob and Sibi. Hunting was allowed in Rahim Yar Khan, Rajanpur and Chakwal.
Sources say that where all hunting privileges are granted only to specific individuals and only one person can hunt under these permits, the case is that of the UAE President Sheikh Khalifa and his brother Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed. The names of the nannies are included so that they can hunt under the same permit.
Sources say that Sheikh Mohammed had also hunted migratory birds before meeting Prime Minister Imran Khan in the federal capital of migrant birds.
Sheikh Khalifa's brother and Deputy Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates Sheikh Sultan bin Zayed Al Nahyan has been allowed to hunt in the Khairpur District (including Kot Diji).
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Representatives of the rulers in the western region, Sheikh Hamadan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, have been allowed to hunt for migrant birds including Khairpur Nathan Shah and Johi, Dadu's Union Council Farid Amad, Larkana's unseen Darrow, Shahdad Kot and Khairpur.
Shaikh Saif Bin Mohammed, a member of the royal family, was allowed to hunt birds in Laura Ley district of Balochistan.