CHAMAN: The ongoing process to repatriate Afghan nationals residing illegally in the country has achieved a significant milestone, with over 85,000 individuals successfully returning through the Chaman border.
Government officials have affirmed the success of the evacuation efforts, emphasizing their dedication to a lawful and organized process.
To streamline the repatriation process, authorities have established two holding centers in Chaman. These centers, under the supervision of district administration and welfare institutions, play a crucial role in offering temporary accommodation and essential services to Afghan nationals awaiting their return home.
Saeed Achakzai, reporting from Chaman, has provided insights into the details of the repatriation initiative, highlighting the collaborative efforts between government agencies and welfare institutions to manage the influx of returnees effectively.
The evacuation and the creation of holding centers demonstrate the authorities’ commitment to addressing immigration concerns responsibly. The collaborative approach ensures that the repatriation process remains humane, offering necessary support to Afghan nationals during their transition.
As the repatriation efforts persist, the government continues its dedication to upholding the rule of law and fostering cooperation between nations to effectively manage migration challenges.