Pakistan PM to Offer Citizenship to Afghans Born in Pakistan

Pakistan PM Imran Khan to watch Indo Pak match tomorrow Pak media reports

Pakistan PM to Offer Citizenship to Afghans Born in Pakistan

"Prime Minister along with delegation will arrive in Abu Dhabi in the evening on 19 September", a Pakistan foreign ministry statement said.

The prime minister said that the identity crisis of thousands of Bengali and Afghan immigrants is pushing them to crime.

United Nations surveys suggest that around 60 percent of Afghan refugees were either born in Pakistan or were minors when their parents migrated to Pakistan.

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Minister of State for External Affairs General VK Singh said today that the new Pakistani Prime Minister, Imran Khan, was a "puppet of the Pakistan Army".

"I don't think that there will be any change in Pakistan's nature". Similarly, first class air travel facility has also been withdrawn from president, foreign minister, the NA speaker, Senate chairman, Chief Justice of Pakistan and Chief of Army Staff.

These people, the prime minister said, will eventually be forced to indulge in criminal activities, posing security issues for areas like Karachi, the country's largest city and commercial hub.

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In a meeting last week with visiting U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi, Khan assured him that his government will not force Afghan refugees to leave Pakistan. Let's wait and watch.

Earlier, in a letter, Modi said that India is looking for constructive and meaningful engagement with Pakistan.

This was a ideal warm-up for Pakistan ahead of their high-profile showdown with arch-rivals India, also in Dubai on Wednesday.

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However, much to the public's surprise, Imran Khan Tuesday took the special flight along with Finance Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Finance Minister Asad Umar, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry, and Adviser on Commerce Abdur Razzak Dawood to reach Riyadh to meet Saudi royals. He said that it has been an issue which is being discussed for a long time now but no progress has been made by India's neighbours. "It was a year ago so that's history so we will enter the ground with a new strategy and passion", he added.

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