Publish dateMonday 29 January 2024 - 11:05
Story Code : 284980
Acting Prime Minister of Pakistan: The future government should continue to deport illegal immigrants
The interim prime minister of Pakistan has defended the process of forced deportation of Afghan immigrants from the country and said that the deportation of Afghan immigrants was the right decision and the next government should follow it.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA)P: Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar has stated: "Afghan citizens who enter Pakistan must have a visa. In which country do foreign citizens enter without a passport? Citizens of neighboring countries including Afghanistan should adhere to Pakistan's immigration laws as this is a common practice worldwide. "It was a right decision and the next government should continue this process."

The Ministry of Immigrants and Returnees says that more than 7,500 people have returned to the country in the past month only through the port of Spin-Boldek.

Pakistani media have reported that since the beginning of the process of deporting undocumented immigrants, 475,603 Afghans have been deported from Pakistan and this process is still ongoing.

A number of immigrants who returned from Pakistan say that after returning to Afghanistan, they cannot find work and do not know where and how to get their next meal.

At the same time, the Indian newspaper "Sundi Guardian" has reported that the Pakistani army is looking to send ISIS fighters to Afghanistan.

But the Islamic Emirate has rejected this report and says that all the borders of Afghanistan are strictly protected and no fighters are allowed to enter the territory of Afghanistan.
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