Afghans Deported From Pakistan Afghan people are continuously being deported from Pakistan. Afghan spiritual leader Hazrat Abobakr Mojdidi said that the deportation of 1 million Afghan refugees from Pakistan is extremely worrying.
The United States, the United Nations, and the international community have urged an Indian diaspora body to condemn and stop the deportation of more than one million Afghans from Pakistan. At the same time, the IMF has appealed to stop its financial assistance to Islamabad.
Condemning Pakistan’s decision in this regard, the Foundation for India and Indian Diaspora Studies (FIIDS) said that it is illegal and against international norms.
Khanderao Kand, head of policy and strategy at FIIDS, said, “The Islamic Republic of Pakistan’s plan to forcibly deport Afghan refugees fleeing pressure from the brutal Taliban regime is not only illegal under international law but will also lead to a massive humanitarian crisis. Can do.”
‘Do not expel Afghan refugees by force’, Taliban urges Pakistan
Pakistan is taking action to evacuate Afghan refugees from its country in a phased manner. Taliban has reacted to this decision of Pakistan. Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid has called on countries hosting Afghan refugees not to forcibly deport them. Taliban says that Afghan migrants are not ready for this yet.
Zabihullah Mujahid also called for tolerance based on Islamic and neighborly etiquette, news agency ANI quoted Afghan news channel Tolo News as saying. A Taliban spokesman said that due to wars in Afghanistan in the last 45 years, Afghans have been forced to migrate to different countries.
Afghans have not created problems in host countries – Mujahid
According to Mujahid’s statement, Afghans have not created problems or instability in the host countries. He urged neighboring countries to treat refugees better, Tolo News reported. This statement of the Taliban has come at a time when the caretaker government of Pakistan has declared October 31 as the deadline for Afghan refugees to leave the country.
20 lakh Afghan refugees should leave Pakistan- Pak government
The Pakistani government has asked about 2 million Afghan refugees to leave the country or face deportation. “The material, wealth, and other property of the Afghans who are being forcibly deported are their personal property and no one has the right to confiscate it from them and impose unfair and unjust conditions on them,” said a statement from the government.
Taliban urges Afghan citizens to return to the country
At the same time, the Taliban urged Afghan citizens facing deportation due to political concerns to return to the country, saying that they can live their lives peacefully in Afghanistan.
A group of Afghan refugees on Monday launched a protest outside the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Islamabad to protest against Pakistan’s forced expulsion of refugees from Afghanistan, Khaama Press reported.