An Afghan trapped trying to travel with a false passport to Canada

ISLAMABAD: A Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) surveillance team caught an Afghan citizen while traveling to Canada with a false passport from Islamabad airport, ARY News reported Thursday.

According to the details, an Afghan citizen named Mirzada was trying to travel to Canada through the PIA flight no PK-781. The PIA surveillance team asked him to show his documents when in doubt that he could be traveling with fake documents.

The travel documents provided by Mirzada were tested by officials of the Federal Research Agency (FIA).

He was handed over to the FIA ​​immigration wing to investigate more about the matter.

Read more: Two caught trying to travel with fake passports to Canada from Lahore

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The FIA ​​deportes Afghan citizens for landing with a false passport in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) deported an Afghan on Monday for traveling with a false passport from Germany to Pakistan, ARY News reported.

According to the FIA, the Afghan citizen named Abdullah Jan’s passport was found false during check-in at the FIA ​​immigration counter after landing at Islamabad airport from Germany.

Abdullah Jan was deported by FIA officials, while the airline in question was fined $ 0.5 million.

Read more: 44 Pakistanis deported from Germany arrive in Islamabad

In the month of November last year, an American woman with her name on a blacklist landed at the Islamabad airport.

Murray Maude, 80, flew from Manchester via a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight, PK-702.

Immigration officers from the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) had intercepted the old woman for being blacklisted.

Upon being informed of his deportation, he refused to fly back to the United States and began shouting.

He lay down on the floor of the airport in protest and insisted that he be allowed to stay in the country.

Sources said he had arrived in Pakistan on a six-month visa in 2001, but stayed there even though his visa had expired.

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Man hoisted Afghanistan flag in Peshawar, despatched on judicial remand

PESHAWAR: A Peshawar court docket on Saturday despatched an Afghan nationwide on 14 days’ judicial remand to jail in a case of hoisting Afghanistan nationwide flag to impress individuals, ARY Information reported.

Police had produced the Afghan citizen in native court docket, arrested on prices of displaying his nation’s flag for frightening normal public.

He was requested to take away Afghanistan’s flag however he refused to take action, police advised the court docket.

The person named Naimat, presently residing in an space of Peshawar, was arrested on Thursday by officers over displaying an Afghan flag on a billboard close to Board Bazaar space of the town.

Judicial Justice of the Peace’s court docket had earlier given one-day remand of the person to police within the case.

An FIR was registered in opposition to him below part 153-A of Pakistan Penal Code, coping with prices of selling enmity amongst completely different segments of the inhabitants.

The police alleged that the suspect intentionally displayed the flag on the event of Pakistan Independence Day with a motive to create hatred and disharmony amongst Afghan refugees and Pakistani residents on ethnic grounds.

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