Afghan nationals in India need prior permission to leave country: Home Ministry
The Ministry of Home Affairs has suggested that Afghan nationals in India need prior permission to leave the country. The government has called for the deportation of Afghan nationals. ISI, a Pakistani spy agency, has confirmed that it is actively involved in Afghanistan.
Earlier, the Center had said that Afghan nationals would not be barred from entering India. The government has canceled e-visas issued earlier and facilitated e-visas. Afghan nationals in India are protesting in front of the UN office for permission to travel to other countries. The Home Ministry has now made it a condition that India should also know about their journey. The return of Afghan MP Rangina Kargir to the airport was controversial. It is suggested that the repatriation of someone in this situation should be known at the highest level.
Lt. Gen. Faiz Hamid, head of the ISI, a Pakistani spy agency that has arrived in Afghanistan, is continuing to form the government. Pakistan is also assisting the Taliban in the conflict in the northern province. There are indications that ISI is also intervening to resolve the dispute between the Taliban and the Haqqani network.
Foreign affairs sources say the situation is being taken seriously. But former External Affairs Minister Yashwant Sinha has said that the old alienation from the Taliban should not be tolerated. At next week’s Shanghai Cooperation Summit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself is likely to state India’s position on Afghanistan. India will express its dissatisfaction with the involvement of Pakistan’s spy agency and terrorist groups.
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