Imran Khan: Turkey expels 40 Pakistanis again, regardless of Imran Khan’s friendship

Turkey, which has vowed to befriend Islam, has again expelled 40 Pakistanis from their country. It is said that these Pakistani citizens have been living illegally in different cities of Turkey for a long time. Turkey has returned these people to Islamabad. Earlier on April 1, 2019, Turkey also registered 47 Pakistani citizens for illegally staying in Islamabad.

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According to the Pakistani Media Express Tribune report, these people were sent to Islamabad by Turkey on a special flight. Food, clothing and shoes were provided to the deportees at Islamabad airport. The Pakistani authorities have also taken the help of two NGOs in this matter. The report states that these people were arrested by the anti-trafficking and smuggling of human beings (FIA) cell of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) of Turkey.

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