Over 30 Injured In Afghanistan Allowed To Enter Pakistan For Treatment Despite Border Closure
More than 30 people wounded in the ongoing clashes in Afghanistan were allowed to enter Pakistan for medical assistance despite the Pak-Afghan border at Chaman being sealed.
Dawn quoted Pakistan’s border authorities as saying that two bodies and the wounded were let in from Wesh town of Afghanistan. The two bodies, according to the authorities, belonged to the Chaman district and were handed over to the heirs.
Earlier on Thursday, Pakistan had opened the border with Afghanistan for three hours to faciliate stranded Afghans and Pakistani citizens on both sides.
Balochistan Interior Minister Mir Ziaullah Langove stated that Pakistani security personnel are alert and more troops have been deployed at Chaman border following Taliban’s gains in Afghanistan.