Turkey deports 42 illegal Pakistani immigrants

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Staff Reporter

The 42 illegal Pakistani immigrants, who were deported by Turkey on Saturday landed at Islamabad airport.
The deportees arrived in Islamabad through a flight of Turkish Airlines were handed over the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), said sources.
Back in the month of August, Turkey had also deported 51 illegal Pakistani immigrants.
According to the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), 29 persons were permitted to go to their homes, whereas, the remaining nationals were shifted to anti-human smuggling cell for further investigation.
Earlier on August 22, Eighteen Pakistanis had been brought to Islamabad through a private airline’s plane after being deported from Germany.
Germany deported more than two dozens of illegal immigrants and handed them over to the Pakistani authorities.
The persons were shifted to anti-human smuggling cell by the authorities upon their return to the country, sources said.

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