Pakistan Issues Deportation Orders For Six Foreign Nationals

The Pakistani Government Ministry of Interior today blacklisted six foreign nationals whose visas had expired. The foreign nationals, five female and one male, are American, Thai and Fijian. To allow the foreigners to leave, the government granted an additional 15 day extension to each of their existing visas. This extension means they will not be held at exit points, when presenting their passports.

The six blacklisted persons were shown in a Ministry of Interior document issued in Islamabad and sent to NewsBlaze.

1Ms. Supatta NakanukrohThailand
2Ms. Supranee ChuenjitThailand
3Ms. Muna Abanur MahamedAmerican
4Ms. Mayura RakyartThailand
5Ms. Moonisah Mansha KhanFiji
6Mr. Suppakit ChemrehThailand

The official document stated that a visa fee/overstay surcharge is required to be paid and no further extension will be allowed. All six are believed to be held in the Jamia Binoria madrassa in Karachi. The document mentions six letters, numbered 2029, 2030, 2031, 2032, 2033, 2034 issued and apparently sent to the madrassa administrator in Karachi.

The six females and one male are thought to be held against their will.

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