More Than 5 Lakh Pakistanis Deported From 134 Countries Across The World
According to recent report of Interior Ministry of Pakistan, More than 5 Lakh Pakistanis have been deported from 134 Countries across the world in last five years.
According to recent statistics of Interior Ministry of Pakistan, 519,000 Pakistani people residing across the world have been deported from 134 countries in last 5 years (since 2014).
Pakistan’s Interior Ministry report also reveled that more than 90% of deported Pakistani citizens were residing in Muslim Countries including Saudi Arabia , UAE, Oman, and Turkey. It is shocking for Pakistan that 90% of deported Pakistani are from Muslim states which means even Muslim countries of the world don’t want to take Pakistani in its country because of multiple charges, including forgery of documents and several criminal convictions of Pakistani citizens.
According to Times of Islamabad Report, More than 325,000 Pakistani nationals have been deported by Saudi Arabia in last 5 years while approx 52,000 Pakistanis have been deported by UAE during same period.
Report also reveals that More than 65,000 illegal Pakistani immigrants are still imprisoned at deportee camps of Turkey and Saudi Arabia. Oman and Turkey have also deported more than 47,000 Pakistani nationals in last five years.
Other countries like Oman, Turkey, Malaysia, United Kingdom, Greece, USA, China, Canada, Iran, Germany, France, Spain, Belgium, Norway, Austria, Sweden, Netherlands, Romania, Switzerland, Bulgaria and other European Countries have also deported thousands of Pakistani nationals from its country.
List of Pakistani Nationals Deportee Countries :
Saudi Arabia = 325,000
UAE = 52,000
Oman & Turkey = 47,000
Malaysia = 18,31215
Britain = 15,320
Greece = 17,534
Iran = 15,413
US = 936
Germany = 920
China = 275
Canada = 445
France = 845
Spain = 494
Belgium = 375
Norway = 301
Austria = 270
Sweden = 112
Switzerland = 65
Bulgaria = 175
In August 2019, Saudi Arabia had asked all the Pakistani doctors with MS (Master of Surgery) and MD (Doctor of Medicine) degree to leave the country or be ready for deportation because Saudi Arabia and some other Arab countries have rejected the old postgraduate degree programme of Pakistan — MS (Master of Surgery) and MD (Doctor of Medicine), removing it from the eligibility list of the highest paid tier.
After this step of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain had also asked Pakistani doctors to leave the country.
Saudi Commission for Health Specialties (SCFHS) said to Pakistani doctor, “Your application for professional qualification has been rejected. Reason is that your master degree from Pakistan is not acceptable according to the SCFHS regulations.”