Pak-born Afghan, Bangla refugees to get citizenship: Imran

"These poor migrants from Bangladesh, they have been here for more than 40 years, their children are grown older now...We will give them passports and ID cards, as well as those Afghans whose children have been raised here, who were born here, we will also give them (citizenship)," Khan was quoted as saying by media reports.

PTI
Karachi, Publish Date: Sep 18 2018 12:34AM | Updated Date: Sep 18 2018 12:34AM
Pak-born Afghan, Bangla refugees to get citizenship: ImranFile Photo

Pakistan's new Prime Minister Imran Khan has announced that his government will give citizenship to all Afghan and Bangladeshi refugees who are born in Pakistan, according to media reports Prime Minister Khan, during his maiden visit to Karachi on Sunday after forming the government, said that Pakistan-born Afghan and Bangladeshi refugees would get National Identity Cards (NICs) and passports, the Express Tribune reported.

"These poor migrants from Bangladesh, they have been here for more than 40 years, their children are grown older now...We will give them passports and ID cards, as well as those Afghans whose children have been raised here, who were born here, we will also give them (citizenship)," Khan was quoted as saying by media reports.  


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