The Afghans who were deported by Pakistan, Iran and Turkey called on host countries to stop expelling the refugees.
They also voiced concerns over the mistreatment of the host countries’ police towards the Afghan refugees.
Nazia, a mother of three children, said that she has recently been deported from Iran. Nazia said that her husband also was arrested by Iranian police.
“They took six million [Iranian currency] from us in Iran. They brought us near the Balochistan province and we came so far through private transportation,” she said.
Meanwhile, the Afghans who were deported by Pakistan and Turkey also complain about the mistreatment of police.
“I call on them to not disturb the refugees and to not deport women and children in winter,” said Jawad, an Afghan refugee deported from Pakistan.
"The Turkish police is harassing us very much. They detained us for 21 days and then deported us,” said a deportee from Turkey.
Meanwhile, the Ministry of Refugees and Repatriation said that over 295,000 Afghan refugees from Pakistan and 95,000 from Iran have been deported within a month.
This comes as Pakistan and Iran have recently escalated deportation of Afghan refugees from their soil.