32 Pakistanis jailed during Afghan prison
‘Foreign Ministry has created to State Dept’
LAHORE: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs Afghan Desk Director Jalil Khattak on Wednesday claimed that a method had sent a minute to a US State Department over a repatriation of 32 Pakistani detainees during a Bagram jail in Afghanistan.
The central seemed in justice to answer about a ministry’s actions to repatriate a detainees, and responded to a focus filed by a Justice Project Pakistan (JPP) to endorse a nationality of a 32 detainees.
However, holding despotic notice of a ministry’s miss of swell in new months, Justice Khalid Mehmood Khan destined a station warn to contention a duplicate of that communication.
JPP Director Barrister Sarah Belal pronounced that other countries had been most some-more assertive in retrieving their adults from unfixed apprehension in Bagram, a German supervision took usually 3 months to repatriate a citizens, and “yet Pakistanis have been grieving there for several years”.
Justice Khan said, “It is a avocation to repatriate a adults and yield them with their identification.”
“We should work day and night to move a people home. Telephones, letters and other such association are not enough. This is a slightest we can do for a adults grieving in jails abroad.”
Barrister Sarah requested a station warn to contention a letters they spoke of, and said, “We are not on conflicting sides and wish to work together with a supervision to move home a citizens.”
Unlike detainees during Guantanamo, who can during slightest rivet a authorised group to paint them during a troops hearing, prisoners in Bagram have no entrance to lawyers, and are simply incompetent to plea their detention. The 7 prisoners on a JPP petition are Awal Noor, Hamidullah Khan, Abdul Haleem Saifullah, Faizal Karim, Amal Khan,Yunus Rahmatullah and Iftikhaar Ahmed.