Illegal Immigrants: Cops book 10 Afghan children

Published: November 6, 2011

SIALKOT: Police officials have taken ten Afghan seminary students into custody after they were found to be living in Sialkot without the required documentation. According to police officials, ten Afghan boys were studying in a seminary in the Bambawala village in the outskirts of Daska and had no legal documents. A police team raided the seminary after they received a tip off and detained the boys. The children have been handed over to the Child Protection Bureau (CPB) and police have registered a case against the seminary management. Police officials said that they were investigating the case further.

Published in The Express Tribune, November 6th, 2011. 

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