Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: The Embassy of the Islamic Emirate in Islamabad said in a newsletter that refugees with passports and legal residence documents were also detained.
The embassy added that "the arrest of Afghan immigrants continues."
Also, some immigrants complained about the lack of fate and ignorance of the families about the fate of their dependents who were arrested by the Pakistani police. One of the refugees accused the Pakistani police of freeing an Afghan migrant for a huge amount of money and after much wandering.
The embassy of the Islamic Emirate in Islamabad asked the government of Pakistan to stop arresting Afghan refugees.
Apparently, these Afghans have been detained by Pakistan's counter-terrorism forces for "lack of documents".
The Afghan Embassy in Pakistan said that its representatives have met with the police authorities so that the status of these migrants can be determined as soon as possible and they can be released from prison.
The embassy wrote on Twitter: "The government of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan is requested to stop the arrest of Afghan immigrants, as it has a negative impact on the relations between the two countries."
On the other hand, the Consul General of the Islamic Emirate in Karachi says that Pakistan should stop imprisoning Afghan refugees and release those who have been imprisoned.