Illegal foreigners residing in Pakistan are continuing their exodus from the country as the government launched a crackdown after the October 31 deadline for them to return.
Thousands of Afghans are returning to their homeland through the Torkham and Chaman borders daily. The process has been highly efficient, with a significant departure recorded on November 19 when a total of 2,062 Afghan citizens left for their country.
Among these returning citizens, there were 5,91 men, 439 women, and 1,028 children, reflecting the diverse demographics of the repatriating population.
Overall, Pakistan has succeeded in repatriating a substantial number of Afghan refugees, with a total of 237,883 individuals having returned to their homeland so far.