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Kidnapped Afghan Girl Released in Karachi

The consulate of the Islamic Emirate in the city of Karachi, Pakistan announced the release of an Afghan immigrant girl who was kidnapped by a Pakistani soldier.

Abdul Jabbar Takhari, the consul of the Islamic Emirate in Karachi, Pakistan, said that they have succeeded in arresting this person with the cooperation of the Sindh state government.

He emphasized that this act was done personally, not officially.

"At the time, the Sindh government arrested the criminal and imprisoned him because this act was his own personal act and had nothing to do with the government," Takhari said.

At the same time, some Afghan immigrants said that the Pakistani police still mistreat legal and illegal immigrants.

"Afghan immigrants are arrested in different cities of Punjab, and people who have legal documents are getting arrested and released again in exchange for money," said Nazir, an Afghan immigrant in Pakistan.

"In Punjab, those who have legal cards are deported, and most of them move to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and those who have cards are worried about arrests," said Malik Mujahid Shinwari, an Afghan immigrant in Pakistan.

Meanwhile, some activists in the field of immigrants' rights said that it is the responsibility of the host country to ensure the security of immigrants based on international laws, and they should not be harassed.

"Offenders should be treated like other citizens in accordance with the law and have the rights of citizens," said Mohammad Khan Talebi, an immigrants’ rights activist.

This is despite the fact that after the end of the deadline given by the interim government of Pakistan, more than 400,000 people have returned to the country in nearly a month.

Kidnapped Afghan Girl Released in Karachi

At the same time, some Afghan immigrants said that the Pakistani police still mistreat legal and illegal immigrants.

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The consulate of the Islamic Emirate in the city of Karachi, Pakistan announced the release of an Afghan immigrant girl who was kidnapped by a Pakistani soldier.

Abdul Jabbar Takhari, the consul of the Islamic Emirate in Karachi, Pakistan, said that they have succeeded in arresting this person with the cooperation of the Sindh state government.

He emphasized that this act was done personally, not officially.

"At the time, the Sindh government arrested the criminal and imprisoned him because this act was his own personal act and had nothing to do with the government," Takhari said.

At the same time, some Afghan immigrants said that the Pakistani police still mistreat legal and illegal immigrants.

"Afghan immigrants are arrested in different cities of Punjab, and people who have legal documents are getting arrested and released again in exchange for money," said Nazir, an Afghan immigrant in Pakistan.

"In Punjab, those who have legal cards are deported, and most of them move to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and those who have cards are worried about arrests," said Malik Mujahid Shinwari, an Afghan immigrant in Pakistan.

Meanwhile, some activists in the field of immigrants' rights said that it is the responsibility of the host country to ensure the security of immigrants based on international laws, and they should not be harassed.

"Offenders should be treated like other citizens in accordance with the law and have the rights of citizens," said Mohammad Khan Talebi, an immigrants’ rights activist.

This is despite the fact that after the end of the deadline given by the interim government of Pakistan, more than 400,000 people have returned to the country in nearly a month.

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