Pakistan has recently announced plans to begin the deportation of illegal immigrants, including those from Afghanistan. The move follows years of government leaders and officials expressing their concern over illegal migrants in the country.
The Pakistani Interior Minister, Sheikh Rashid Ahmed, recently stated that the move was necessary for the “protection of Pakistan’s borders and integrity,” along with its “economic prosperity and development.” He also noted that the nation viewed the issue of illegal migrants as a security risk.
The move by the Pakistani government has sparked controversy, as some have argued that it may be in violation of international laws. Many have also argued that the move could lead to increased hostility and tension between the two nations if Afghan migrants are deported without due process.
That said, the government of Pakistan has promised to properly register the migrants before deportation. This would ensure that all migrants are documented and given a chance to return home. Additionally, the government has promised to ensure that the rights of those being removed are respected.
Overall, the decision of the Pakistani government to deport illegal immigrants from the nation has caused much debate. Despite ongoing concerns, the Pakistani government is determined to remove all illegal immigrants in order to keep its country safe.