Taliban asks Afghan migrants not to demonstrate in Pakistan and Iran

Afghan refugees urged to avoid attending demonstrations in Iran and Pakistan . Afghan refugees fled to Iran after Imran Khan was ousted in August last year .

Afghanistan is a republic in Iran and Pakistan, according to a Taliban Deputy Minister of Refugees Abdul Rahman Rashid, urged Afghan refugees to avoid attending demonstrations in the area, saying that the demonstrations are their (Iran and Pakistan's) domestic affairs, their people are protesting, not destroying your life, according to The Khaama Press.These demonstrations, which culminated in a flurry of public demonstrations against the Iranian government after the 1979 revolution, were one Despite this, the Iranian government has not disclosed how Afghan immigrants were entangled in the demonstrations until Tuesday.Iran's judiciary reported that the government of Iran had arrested 40 foreigners in connection with the country's recent demonstrations.According to data published by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), 3.4 million Afghan refugees remained in Iran prior to the Taliban taking power of Afghanistan, more than two million of whom were undocumented, according to the UNHCR.However, hundreds of thousands of Afghans fled to Iran after Imran Khan, Pakistan's former prime minister, was ousted in August last year.Although the ousted Pakistani Prime Minister sustained a bullet in his leg during a protest on November 6, Khaama Press reported that hundreds of thousands of Afghan immigrants are currently living in Pakistan illegally.

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