ISLAMABAD: Three Afghan passengers who were carrying forged British residence cards were intercepted by Federal Investigation Agency’s (FIA) immigration officials at Lahore airport on Saturday. The passengers, identified as Waheeda Mahad, Sabza Gulnar and Nasir Khan, were planning to travel to London on flight PK757, an interior ministry spokesman said. However, the three had entered Pakistan via the Torkham border. Their accomplice Raihana Mahdizada who was carrying a British refugee document, entered the country on October 4. All four have been sent to Anti Human Trafficking Cell of FIA Lahore for further investigation.
Published in The Express Tribune, October 9th, 2016.
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