Pakistan PM vows citizenship for 2.5m Afghan refugees

Pakistan PM Imran Khan to watch Indo Pak match tomorrow Pak media reports

Pakistan PM to Offer Citizenship to Afghans Born in Pakistan

Responding to a question on incidents of infiltration at the border after the change of government in Pakistan, he said, "Did you all expect a change?"

"The Prime Minister will call on His Majesty King Salman and hold a bilateral meeting with the Crown Prince", it said, adding that the king will also host a state banquet for the prime minister at the royal court.

"If you [the parliament] don't make the decision now, then when will you?"

As per our sources, due to the high price demand compared to the market, the auction of 10 - 12 cars got canceled and they will be up for auction in the next session, however, the date is yet to be decided.

In 2016 a wave of forced repatriations sparked fears of a humanitarian crisis, with Human Rights Watch issuing a scathing report describing Pakistan's "coercive" approach.

It will also sell the four surplus helicopters lying unused with the Cabinet Division, Naeem-ul-Haq, the Prime Minister's Special Assistant for Political Affairs, said.

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Earlier, addressing the gathering, Singh said India's border is unique and therefore one solution can not be devised to make it more secure.

He was addressing a fundraising event for dam construction during his first official visit to Karachi.

Responding to the points of Akhtar Mengal regarding the status of Afghan refugees and Bengalis, the PM said his party had signed an agreement with BNP-Mengal for the return of these refugees.

"Terrorism and targeted killings have declined in Karachi but there is a major reason behind street crimes". They are illiterate and jobless.

There are around two million Bengali and Burmese migrants in Pakistan.

Mr Khan said: "Those Afghans whose children are born here and have grown up in Pakistan we will also, god willing, get (passports) for them", Khan said. They either do not possess ID cards or their cards have been revoked on suspicion of being illegal immigrants.

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