Pakistan has always emerged as a nation believing in war and no peace kind of a startegy. It is almost becoming their USP to shelter terrorists, choose evil methods of development and follow a regressive approach towards building relations with other countries. Even after more than 70 years of independence, Pakistan is unable to provide that sense of freedom to its citizens which it had wanted from the very beginning.This was initially, the prime cause for initiating the partition. In the past 5 years, the condition has worsened so much so that more than 5 lakh Pakistanis have been deported from 134 countries.
According to a report, this data is a record of past 5 years and the countries from where they have been kicked out include, Laos, Togo, Port Louis, Liberia, Guinea, Burkina Faso, Botswana, Burundi, Madagascar, Malawi, Republic of Congo, Dominican Republic, Mozambique, Angola, and Ethiopia. Apart from these small countries, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and a number of European Union member states have also deported many Pakistanis back to their country.
To clarify further, out of these 5 lakh people, 71,723 were expelled in 2012; 79,539 in 2013; 78,409 in 2014; 116,185 in 2015; 111,084 in 2016; and 87,165 in just the first six months of 2017.
Talking about the digits of people deported back from India, the record holds twelve in 2012, six in 2013; thirteen in 2014; ten in 2015; five in 2016; and three by June this year.
It comes as a surprise that Pakistanis were even deported from war-affected countries in the middle east. Iraq deported 27 Pakistanis in 2012; 85 in 2013; 79 in 2014; 102 in 2015; 121 in 2016; and another 90 till June this year. Yemen deported 16 each in 2012 and 2013; seven in 2014; 49 in 2015; and seven by June of this year. Syria deported 33 Pakistani nationals, all of them in 2012.
This saga of deportation is an endlessly expanding one and what even makes it worst for Pakistan is that once the terrorism which they resorted to as a weapon, is now back firing their country only.