Every day, thousands of unregistered Afghan citizens are returning to Afghanistan through the Torkham and Chaman borders.
Transit camps for illegal foreigners have been set up in various districts of KP and Balochistan, providing all the necessary daily facilities.
On Saturday (November 11), 2,957 illegal Afghans returned to Afghanistan, bringing the total number of returns to 217,355 so far.
The caretaker government of Pakistan has made comprehensive arrangements for the safe repatriation of illegal immigrants.
On October 3, an apex committee of the National Action Plan (NAP) meeting, chaired by Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaarul Haq Kakar, gave all foreign nationals living illegally in the country until October 31 to leave voluntarily or face deportation.
Following the deadline, the caretaker government has taken action against illegal immigrants.
Most of the undocumented illegal immigrants in Pakistan are Afghan nationals, and repatriation of these individuals through the Chaman and Torkham borders is ongoing.
The FC and the Afghan government have agreed to keep the Torkham border open until 11 PM to ensure the smooth repatriation of illegal immigrants.