More than 100,000 Afghan migrants have fled Pakistan in 30 days

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More than 100,000 Afghan migrants have fled Pakistan in 30 days

More than 100,000 Afghan migrants have fled from Pakistan in the past 30 days.

As the deadline given by the Pakistani government for illegal Afghan refugees to leave Pakistan approaches, over ten thousand more Afghan migrants went towards the border with Afghanistan on Wednesday.

Pakistan has given one million and 700,000 illegal Afghan migrants until Thursday, 10th of Aban, to leave the country themselves, otherwise they will face detention, transfer to new detention centers, and then forced deportation to Afghanistan.

According to reports, over 100,000 Afghan migrants have fled from Pakistan since the announcement of this deadline a month ago, and on Wednesday, the Torkham border crossing, which connects Peshawar in Pakistan to Jalalabad and Kabul in Afghanistan, witnessed the entry of over ten thousand more Afghans who are attempting to leave Pakistan.

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