Pakistani suspended for letting Afghans go to Britain

 A Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) official was suspended for allowing 10 Afghan nationals with fake documents to board a flight from Islamabad to London, media reported Monday.

Islamabad: A Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) official was suspended for allowing 10 Afghan nationals with fake documents to board a flight from Islamabad to London, media reported Monday.

The PIA Sunday suspended Khurram Shahzad, a member of the task force which had cleared visas and passports of the Afghans at Islamabad`s Benazir Bhutto International Airport, Dawn online reported.

The Afghan nationals were taken into custody after they landed at London`s Heathrow airport.

A PIA spokesman said an investigation had begun against Shahzad and other staff members.

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