Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: The Ministry of Refugees and Returnees wrote on the X social page on Monday, December 3, that these migrants were forced to return to the country.
According to the information of the Spin Boldak Border Directorate of Kandahar province, "200 families, including 1,98 people, were forcibly returned to their homeland from the mentioned border".
The source added that the returned families were introduced to the offices of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and the International Organization for Migration after registering at the border administration of Spinboldek.
It has been said that three orphaned children have been referred to the MPO institution.
At the same time, according to the information of Torkham border administration of Nangarhar province, 124 families, including 630 people, have been forcibly returned to the country from Pakistan.
According to Torkham border commander, the returnees were introduced to the offices of the United Nations Commissioner for Refugees and the International Organization for Migration for further assistance after being registered in the mandated committees.
Simultaneously with the forced deportation of Afghan immigrants from Pakistan, many countries of the world and organizations supporting immigration have called this action of Pakistan wrong and against international laws.
Previously, the Acting Minister of Interior, Sirajuddin Haqqani, in a gathering in Ghazni province, referring to the issue of deporting Afghan immigrants from Pakistan, said that this is against international law.
It should be mentioned that the process of expelling Afghan immigrants from Pakistan has intensified after the one-month deadline of the interim government of Pakistan was set, and so far tens of thousands of Afghans have forcibly left the country.