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Taliban official issues warning to Pakistan over mass expulsion of Afghan migrants

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Fidel Rahmati
Fidel Rahmati
Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati

The Interim government of Afghanistan has condemned the mass expulsion of Afghan refugees from Pakistan, calling it “inhumane.” They have warned that if the Pakistani government does not address this issue, they will be forced to take action in response.

Shir Mohammad Abbas Stanikzai, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Taliban administration, in his latest statements regarding Pakistan, has issued a warning and emphasized that the Pakistani government must halt the expulsion of migrants.

In a conversation with “Television One,” he reiterated that they are trying to resolve this issue through diplomatic channels with the Pakistani side. However, according to him, if these efforts do not yield results, the interim administration will respond to Pakistan’s treatment of Afghan refugees.

He also issued a warning to Pakistan, stating that the one-month deadline for Afghan migrants in this country has expired, and the police in Pakistan have commenced the process of detaining migrants across the country.

On Thursday, November 1st, a photo from the Torkham border crossing showed a significant gathering of migrants near the border. Over the past month, Pakistan has expelled more than 100,000 Afghan migrants, and recently, there has been a surge in people congregating at border crossings, particularly at Torkham, with thousands attempting to cross into Afghanistan.

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