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The owner and director of company that leased plane to Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) turn out to be Indian nationals with office located in Dubai.

According to spokesperson of PIA, attorney of the airline is already present in Kuala Lumpur and all documents regarding the case have been sent to Malaysia.


On the other hand, the passengers of the Pakistan International Airlines’ (PIA) seized aircraft in Malaysia will arrive in Pakistan today via Dubai.

118 will reach Islamabad airport today at 11 pm through flight no EK-614 while, 54 more passengers will be brought back through flight no QR-632 at 1:40 am via Doha.


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Omg that explains the whole thing but still not such harsh action just over one individual. This action shows crack in the global capitals that anyone who is prevailing in evil mindsets can get away with anything???
 

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The Peregrine UK incorporation document clearly shows Daniel Christian Jackson is a British national. Where did this rag get that he is an Indian?
OTOH if it is the Dubai Peregrine Aviation, the prez is indeed Indian. But you can't conclude he owns it from that.

Anyway, it's a mere 10 or 15M usd; just pay it and get the plane back
 

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I would like to read comments from all the pro PTI, PMLN, PPPP etc to point out responsible concern for such a negligence.
The plane was leased from the a Dubai company in 2014 when PML-N was raping PIA with full force. The leasing company then got bought by the UK company which is headed by the Indian national.
 

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What has it to with ownership of the leasing company. The plane was legally detained with an Malaysian court order. Pay the money. Simple as that.
 

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The plane was leased from the a Dubai company in 2014 when PML-N was raping PIA with full force. The leasing company then got bought by the UK company which is headed by the Indian national.
Good. Now, I will wait PMLN or PPPP supporters.
 

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I would like to read comments from all the pro PTI, PMLN, PPPP etc to point out responsible concern for such a negligence.

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I hope the staff here realized that no matter what religion indians are, they all hate Pakistan. And as such, they all should be banned from this site.


The plane was leased from the a Dubai company in 2014 when PML-N was raping PIA with full force. The leasing company then got bought by the UK company which is headed by the Indian national.

The original lease was from UAE company, and the whole board is pajeets/gangus. Nawaz loves making deals with gangus/pajeet.
 

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PIA plane 'impounded' in Malaysia over $14 million lease dispute
By Charlotte Greenfield, Joseph Sipalan, Liz Lee
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ISLAMABAD/KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - A Pakistan International Airlines plane has been held back by Malaysian authorities due to a British court case over the jet’s lease, the airline said on Friday, adding it would pursue the matter through diplomatic channels.
The Boeing 777 aircraft was seized after a court order, an airline spokesman said, and alternative arrangements were being made for passengers due to fly from Kuala Lumpur back to Pakistan.
The case involved a $14 million lease dispute, a PIA official said.
“A PIA aircraft has been held back by a local court in Malaysia taking a one-sided decision pertaining to a legal dispute between PIA and another party pending in a UK court,” a PIA spokesman Abdullah H. Khan said in a statement.
“We were told that the plane has been impounded on a court order,” Khan said later in a video statement. “PIA’s legal team will pursue it in the Malaysian court, and we hope that we will resolve this issue as soon as possible.”
According to orders passed by the Kuala Lumpur High Court on Thursday seen by Reuters, the plaintiff of the case is Peregrine Aviation Charlie Limited and the matter pertains to two jets leased to PIA by Dublin-based AerCap, the world’s largest aircraft lessor, in 2015.
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They are part of a portfolio that AerCap sold to Peregrine Aviation Co Ltd, an investment unit of NCB Capital, the brokerage arm of National Commercial Bank SJSC, in 2018.
According to the interim injunction, PIA is restrained from moving two aircraft in its fleet – a Boeing 777- 200ER with serial number 32716 and a Boeing 777- 200ER with serial number 32717 – once they have landed or parked at Kuala Lumpur International Airport until a further hearing on the matter later this month.
Tracking data from Flightradar24 showed only one of the two Boeing 777s covered by the court order is currently in Kuala Lumpur. The other was last recorded in Karachi last month.AerCap, which continued as part of the agreement to provide lease management services to Peregrine, declined to comment.
Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad, the country’s airport operator, and its subsidiary were ordered to make sure the aircraft do not leave Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
Malaysia’s Ministry of Transport said in a statement on Friday that the aircraft was being held pending legal proceedings set for Jan. 24.
Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd said the matter was not related to airport operations.
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PIA in a statement described the situation as “unacceptable” adding that it had asked for support from Pakistan’s government to raise the matter diplomatically.
The office of Malaysia’s prime minister and the foreign ministry did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
Pakistan’s High Commission in Malaysia was “in close contact with the relevant Malaysian authorities and Pakistan International Airlines to address the issue,” ministry spokesman Zahid Hafeez said, adding that the passengers would be flown home on Friday.
With more than $4 billion in accumulated losses, PIA was already struggling financially when flights were grounded last year due to the pandemic.
After it resumed operations in May, a domestic PIA flight crash in Karachi killed 97 of 99 people on board.
Pakistan’s aviation industry was then hit by a scandal in which pilots were found to hold “dubious” licences – prompting a number of countries to ban PIA from operating flights in their jurisdictions.
The airline was banned from flying to the European Union for six months over safety compliance concerns under a ban still in place.
Reporting by Charlotte Greenfield and Asif Shahzad in Islamabad, Syed Raza Hassan in Karachi, Joseph Sipalan and Liz Lee from Kuala Lumpur, and Tim Hepher in Paris; Writing by Gibran Peshimam; Editing by Jason Neely, Susan Fenton and Louise Heavens

 

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Clearly it's the RAW trying to destabilize relations of two brotherly countries. I request Pakistan Government to immediately pay the dues (take a loan from China if required) to avoid further embarrassment.

Also, Pakistan should review all the rent / lease agreements with companies that have an Indian owner.
seems like RAW is in full swing
 

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I hope the staff here realized that no matter what religion indians are, they all hate Pakistan. And as such, they all should be banned from this site.





The original lease was from UAE company, and the whole board is pajeets/gangus. Nawaz loves making deals with gangus/pajeet.
frustrated mlchh can whine only , hindus want their money back otherwise plane will be impounded .
 

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