Najibullah Haqqani, the acting Minister of Communication and Information Technology, said that the leader of the Islamic Emirate in a cabinet meeting ordered all the ministries to deal with the challenges faced by the immigrants.
Officials of the Islamic Emirate in Spin Boldak district of Kandahar said that from the October 23, more than 100,000 Afghans who were forcibly deported from Pakistan have returned to the country through the Spin Boldak crossing.
"All of us have patience and are working to solve these problems together. Amir al-Momineen also advised all officials to provide ease for your brothers as much as you can," Haqqani told TOLOnews.
"In the past month, that is, from October 23, 17,700 families have returned to the country, totaling around 104,000 people," said Abdul Latif Hakimi, head of refugee registration and information in the Spin Boldak district of Kandahar.
A number of expelled Afghans also said the inappropriate behavior of the Pakistani military is against all human principles and said that they have returned to the country empty-handed.
They asked the government to help them.
"I was working in a hotel in Karachi, they detained me, I spent three to four nights in detention and then they deported me," said Ahmad Jan, an expelled refugee from Pakistan.
"They used to come to our houses at night, they informed us a month ago. They were bothering us a lot and finally we got tired and moved," said Said Jan, an expelled refugee.
From November 1, 2023 onwards, the process of forced deportation of Afghan immigrants from Pakistan has neen ongoing, and so far, thousands of families have returned to the country.