'Pakistan should not expel Afghan refugees in an inhumane manner' PM Akhund warned of consequences
The Prime Minister of Afghanistan has appealed that Afghan refugees should not be expelled from Pakistan in an inhumane manner. They should be given adequate time to return to their country in a dignified manner. He also warned Pakistan of consequences for misbehaving with refugees.
Afghan Prime Minister Mullah Mohammad Hasan Akhund has described the action of expelling Afghan refugees from Pakistan as against international law. In a video message, Akhund appealed to Pakistan not to expel Afghan refugees in an inhuman manner and to give them adequate time to return to their country in a dignified manner without torturing them.
'Why are you insulting Afghan refugees?'
The Prime Minister of Afghanistan said that if the only option left for them is to expel the refugees living without documents then why are they humiliating them. Why are they stealing their property and demolishing their houses?
Warned of consequences
Akhund has warned of consequences if Afghan refugees are mistreated. He said that you are neighbours, you should think about the future.
Taliban appealed for help from the private sector
The Taliban on Saturday appealed to Afghanistan's private sector to help people being evacuated from Pakistan. Afghans are being affected the most, because this is the largest group of people living without documents. The people being forcibly evicted are facing a very bad situation. There is no option before them.