Some civil society activists in Pakistan demanded a stop to the forced deportation of Afghan refugees from this country.
These protesters said that law enforcement agencies in Pakistan are persecuting Afghan refugees.
The Islamic Emirate assured it has made necessary preparations to welcome the refugees and said that more than 400,000 people have returned to the country so far.
Some members of the civil society, lawyers and legal and political activists of Pakistan started a rally and demanded to stop the arrests and forced deportations of Afghan refugees from Pakistan.
The Joint Action Committee for refugees, which is one of the organizers of this protest, said in a newsletter that after Pakistan's decision to deport illegal refugees, Afghan refugees were harassed by the police and other law enforcement agencies.
"They have asked Pakistan to stop the process of refugees being forcibly deported from here and to allow them to stay legally," said Sediq Kakar, an advocate in Pakistan.
The Islamic Emirate said Pakistan's decision is cruel but the necessary preparations to deal with the refugees have been made.
Zabihullah Mujahid added that more than 400,000 people have returned to the country so far.
"The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan considers it its duty to resettle the refugees who return to their homeland and cooperate if we have the facilities and we are sure that the returnee refugees are more than 400,000," said Zabihullah Mujahid.
Some returnees from Pakistan also talk about the bad behavior of Pakistani soldiers.
"They destroyed our house, we had our own house. The Pakistani police forcibly dragged us and said that we will deport you and you have no right to stay in our country," said Mazuddin, a returnee.
Earlier, the former foreign minister of Pakistan said that the policy of the interim government of this country regarding the deportation of illegal refugees is not clear.