Pakistan expels illegal immigrants Illegal immigrants living in Pakistan are being shown the way out. The government has described illegal immigrants living in the country as aliens. More than 340,000 migrants have left Pakistan since the country announced its decision to deport undocumented refugees on October 5. Now the second phase of deportation of these illegal foreigners has been started.
Troubled by poverty and hunger, Pakistan is continuously expelling illegal immigrants from the country. Pakistan has expelled more than 340,000 migrants from the country after announcing its decision to deport undocumented refugees on October 5.
The Pakistani government has termed illegal immigrants as ‘aliens’ and is showing them the way out of the country. Balochistan’s acting Information Minister Jan Achakzai has said that the second phase of the crackdown against illegal foreigners has been launched in the country and the government is planning to deport one million illegal foreigners by January 2024. This information was given by Pakistan-based Geo News.
If illegal immigrants do not leave Pakistan, they will be expelled by force.
According to a Geo News report, earlier in October, Pakistan’s caretaker government had said that all illegal immigrants should leave Pakistan by November 1 or face forceful expulsion. According to a Geo News report, Acting Provincial Minister Jan Achakzai, while speaking to reporters on Wednesday, said that all government agencies are involved in the crackdown on illegal immigrants.
Acting Provincial Minister Jan Achakzai, while talking to journalists regarding the action, said that those who are under the illusion that they will be saved from the action are misunderstanding. Achakzai said that the return of unregistered Afghan nationals is taking place through the Chaman border. However, this process has slowed down in the last few days.