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Pakistan to recommence the deportation of Afghan migrants shortly

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Kabul: The Pakistani government plans to resume deporting Afghan migrants within the next two days as part of its policy to expel Afghan nationals. This decision has drawn strong reactions from the international community and the Afghan administration, with Afghan refugees in Pakistan expressing concerns about the threats they may face upon returning to Afghanistan.

Pakistani media, citing official sources, reported that the second phase of deportation is expected to begin shortly. Previously, Pakistani police used loudspeakers to instruct migrants to leave the country. Human rights advocates and journalists have urged Pakistan’s new administration to reconsider the deportation process and approach the situation with a genuine understanding of Afghanistan’s security and political challenges. Sanam Kabiri, a human rights activist, pointed out that since August 2021, there has been a significant influx of Afghan citizens into Pakistan, and deportation could expose thousands to severe security threats back home.

Analysts suggest that the current migrant policy reflects underlying political tensions between Islamabad and Kabul, emphasizing the importance of adhering to international migration laws in the treatment of Afghan migrants. Abdul Razzaq Adil, a migration awareness advocate, warned that international organizations should pressure Pakistan to stop forced deportations, as implementing this policy could lead to a humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. Officials have indicated that even documented migrants might be deported in this phase, heightening concerns. Amnesty International has previously raised alarms that the forced deportation policy could endanger the safety of approximately 800,000 individuals returning to Afghanistan.

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