The Repatriation Of Afghani Refugees Who Have Taken Refuge In Pakistan

The Repatriation Of Afghani Refugees Who Have Taken Refuge In Pakistan

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Alister Dsouza started this petition to The Honorable Primer Minister of The Islamic Republic of Pakistan and

All Aghan Refugees and Supporters Who Are Against the Sovereignty of Pakistan We Demand the Afghan Refugees be sent home amongst the mines and stones they belong. We demand all political, humanitarian, trade relations to be halted with Afghanistan #sendthemback 

 

  1. Afghanistan Did Not Support Pakistan's Admission In The UN in 1947
  2. Afghanistan immediately armed separatist movements in the nascent Pakistan and made irredentist claims to large swathes of Pakistani territory
  3. Afghanistan Does Not Accept The "Durand Line"
  4. Mirzali Khan supported the secessionist movements against Pakistan but failed tremendously
  5. In 1952 The Afghanistan Government Claims KPK and Baluchistan to be part of Afghanistan
  6. Afghanistan Supported Armed Separatist Movements Between 1960 and 1961
  7. Mohammed Daud Khan became President of Afghanistan with Soviet Support and pursued a policy of arming Pashtun Separatist Movements.
  8. Afghanistan housed many terrorists that attack the sovereignty Of Pakistan
  9. 1960 Afghanistan aligned itself with Pakistans rival India and USSR
  10. In 1950 Then King Mohammed Zahir Shah gave an anti-Pakistan Speech which was condemned by Nawabzada Liaquat Ali Khan
  11. On September 30th 1950 A small scale invasion by the Afghan Armed Forces entered Pakistan Near The Bogra By Pass. Afghan Administration Denied It. 
  12. On March 30th 1955 The Afghan Government Denied the merger of West Pakistan Provinces and attacked the Consulates in Jalalabad, Kandahar and Kabul
  13. USSR was supported by the then Afghan Government and were eager to promote Communist Agenda
  14. Following the death of Pakistani President Zia-ul-Haq in 1988, U.S. State Department blamed WAD (a KGB created Afghan secret intelligence agency) for terrorist attacks inside Pakistan in 1987 and 1988. (Bohri Bazar Bomb Blast) 
  15. Even when Soviet Union were withdrawing from Afghanistan, They continued to maintain relationships with India Massoud and Rabbani were to be blamed. 
  16. The Taliban also deny the Durand Line
  17. Zia Ul Haq and some politicians including Barrak Obama wanted to promote an AFPAK Confederation. 
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