A number of Afghans who were recently sent back from Turkey accused the Turkish military of human rights violations and mistreatment.
The deportees complained about the role of Afghanistan’s embassy in Ankara, saying that the embassy is signing forms for deportation.
Turkey is reportedly deporting around 300 Afghans per day.
Eimal is one of the Afghan migrants sent home by Turkish police.
“When the police do their captures, they are doing body searches, they beat boys, even they take off the clothes of boys, then they deport them,” said Eimal.
“Afghan migrations face bad treatment in camps, there is no good food nor facilities to treat patients,” said Mujahid, a deportee.
The deportees, many of whom fled due to poverty, told TOLOnews that they illegally entered Turkey to seek employment.
“Afghans go to Iran and Turkey with big hopes, with a belief that these are Islamic countries, Afghans expect to face good treatment and cooperation,” said Fazl Mohammad, a deportee.
Meanwhile, officials at Kabul Airport said that two or even three chartered flights carrying Afghan migrations from Turkey land at the airport on a daily basis.
“Daily, two or three flights arrive from Turkey, each plane carrying 130 to 150 persons,” said Sayed Kazem Hashimi, an official at Kabul Airport.
TOLOnews attempted to obtain a statement from the Afghan embassy in Ankara but the embassy refused to comment.