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Manchester councillor suspended for breaching Covid restrictions

ISLAMABAD: Britain’s Labour Party has suspended the Manchester city councillor of Pakistani origin, Aftab Razaq (52), for breaching Covid-19 restrictions by flying to Pakistan and attending a wedding. Travel outside the UK for holidays and other leisure purposes has been declared illegal under the current Covid-19 rules. Razaq’s photos were shared on Facebook last weekend…

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ISLAMABAD: Britain’s Labour Celebration has suspended the Manchester city councillor of Pakistani starting discover, Aftab Razaq (52), for breaching Covid-19 restrictions by flying to Pakistan and attending a marriage ceremony.

Rush originate air the UK for holidays and other leisure applications has been declared illegal under the present Covid-19 principles.

Razaq’s photos were shared on Facebook last weekend that confirmed him at the celebration within town of Kharian in Pakistan’s Punjab province. The photos confirmed Razaq sans a disguise, ignoring social distancing norms, despite virus principles in Pakistan making this obligatory.

The BBC quoted Councillor Pat Karney, secretary of Manchester Labour, announcing he would “thoroughly review these matters”. He stated the Labour neighborhood had considered the photos but “despite their supreme efforts” had now now not been ready to contact Razaq, who bought a coronavirus vaccine in January.

“All Manchester councillors must carefully abide by Covid rules and we can rob action against somebody who would now not,” Karney added.

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