PESHAWAR – The Home department on Wednesday ordered law enforcing agencies to expel all Afghan clerics from the province, PakistanTribe received media reports.
According to details KPK authorities ordered its all commissioners to to expel all Afghan clerics, which are almost 294 numbers.
Authorities also ordered them to report about the implementation within seven days.
This was a safety measure of government against terrorist attacks in which mostly Afghan terrorists were involved.
It is worth mentioning here that in the December attack on APS School Peshawar, one of the cleric of a local Masjid was also involved.
DG ISPR Major General Asim Bajwa had said that the cleric provided them the support as he accommodated them to stay in his home.
Suspension of Afghan clerics from KPK Masajid and warning given to Afghan people for leaving Pakistan were the steps taken under National Action Plan.
Also government had suspended death penalty moratorium for all death prisoners. United Nations and European Union had demanded Pakistan government not to hang people as they believed that it was against the Human Rights.
United Nation general Secretory had also talked telephonic to Pakistani Prime Minister about death penalty moratorium but Pakistani premier had realized him the intensity and sensitivity of the situation.
PM had said that Pakistan is passing through the most critical and abnormal time of its history…and abnormal circumstances always demand for abnormal decisions.
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