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Home Top News Taliban govt urges Pakistan to ‘reconsider’ drive to expel illegal Afghan immigrants

Taliban govt urges Pakistan to ‘reconsider’ drive to expel illegal Afghan immigrants

Pakistan had set Nov 1 deadline for Afghan immigrants to leave.

by NWMNewsDesk
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Taliban administration in Kabul on Wednesday said that they strongly condemn Pakistan’s threat to forcibly expel illegal Afghan immigrants saying “Afghan refugees are not involved in Pakistan’s security problems.”

Pakistan’s caretaker government had set a November 1 deadline for approximately 1.73 million Afghan immigrants residing in the country without legal status to leave or face forced expulsion, citing security concerns.

Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesman for the Taliban administration in Kabul, expressed their disapproval on the social media platform X (formerly known as Twitter).


He emphasised that Afghans should not be held responsible for Pakistan’s security issues.

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