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Afghan refugees in Pakistan face imminent deportation to a country under Taliban rule. Amid legal limbo and pending PoR card renewals, their future remains uncertain and fraught with danger.
Two years post-Taliban rule in Afghanistan, migrant musician in Pakistan intensifies confront myriad challenges due to a lack of documentation. The call for a legal framework grows louder as these voices seek refuge, recognition, and a chance at a better future.
At least 500 Afghans have been arrested by Karachi Police, 300 of whom are scheduled for deportation. Human rights lawyers say 70% of those arrested are legal migrants.
Afghan travelers and delivery drivers stranded in Pakistan for the past 8 days must now rely on the charity of locals to get by. A stalemate between Pakistan and Afghanistan casts uncertainty over when they will be allowed to return via Torkham.
After the Taliban imposed a countrywide ban on music, Afghan musicians went into self-imposed exile in Pakistan. With little opportunity to earn through their art, they live without rhythm in their struggle to survive.
LGBTQ Afghans live in fear of death back home and persecution in Pakistan. Their only hope is sanctuary in countries that protect their queer community, but even that is a light that grows dim with each passing day.