Afghan immigrants in Pakistan criticized the delay of their immigration cases.
Immigrants from Afghanistan said that the Pakistani military has mistreated them for the past two years and that their future is uncertain.
This situation has caused some immigrants to commit suicide.
Maryam Sadat, a citizen of Afghanistan, committed suicide on Wednesday in Islamabad.
"Three of our young people have lost their lives in the last two months due to the lack of attention of the immigrant-receiving countries and their false promises,” said Mir Ahmad Rauf, the head of the Council of Afghan Immigrants in Pakistan.
"Afghan immigrants are struggling with mental health issues. If the international community does not pay attention to their cases, a great humanitarian disaster will occur in Pakistan,” said Zahir Bahand, a journalist.
Some Afghan immigrants once again complained about the mistreatment of Pakistani police.
"The immigrants are facing many problems due to not having Immigration cards, and the military detains them,” said Malik Awal Khan Miakhail, the head of migrants in the South Zone Council.
The Ministry of Refugees and Repatriation (MoRR) said that the Afghan embassy in Islamabad is in talks with Pakistani authorities to solve the problems of Afghan migrants.
According to Abdul Rahman Rashid, deputy minister of Refugees and Repatriation, citizens of the country are arrested in Pakistan due to lack of legal documents.
"We have attachés there, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs representatives are there, and we communicate through the consulates. The Afghans who were detained there were released by the attachés of the Ministry of Refugees and the Foreign Ministry,” Rashid told TOLOnews.
Based on the data of the MoRR, nearly 3 million citizens of the country are currently migrants in Pakistan.