Abdullah AbdullahAbdullah Abdullah, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the government says that a delegation will visit Pakistan in near future for discussing the issue of Afghan refugees with Pakistani authorities.

He said after the visit a decision will be made regarding the Afghan refugees.

Millions of Afghan refugees reside in different parts of Pakistan who are asked to return to their country.

Pakistan became very harsh on Afghan refugees after a terrorist attack in Peshawar that left at least 141 people killed and injured more than 130, most of them school children in December 2014.

The attack carried out on a military-run school in Warsak road area of Peshawar which was claimed by Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), the armed opponents of the government.

TTP spokesman soon after the attack messaged media and said that the attack was carried out by their fighters.

TTP spokesman told media that this attack was carried out to revenge the killing of their people in North Waziristan in Pakistani military operation.

Pakistan since then has begun crackdown on Afghan Refugees.

Hundreds of Afghans have been arrested and put in jail on different accusations.