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Afghan war causing negative impact on Pakistan.

CHAMAN, February 12, 2010 (Frontier Star): Ongoing operation of US and NATO forces in Helmand, a province of Afghanistan is causing negative impact on Pakistan while, thousands of Afghan migrants are migrating towards Pakistan via Chaman border. It is stated by Trade circle of Chaman talking to reporter here on Friday, they said that human smuggling from Afghanistan via Chaman border is in full swing and extremists have turned towards Pakistan in guise of migrants. They said that agents of human smugglers are smuggling the Afghan migrants from Kandhara to Boldak, Boldak to Chaman and from Chaman to Quetta while the situation is causing poverty, unemployment and food scarcity for residents of Chaman. The circles said that large number of Afghan migrants in Pakistan is badly affecting the solidarity of the country. They said that large quantity of food is being smuggled to Afghanistan via Chaman border. They said that extremism in Afghan war would be tantamount to drag the country towards Kalashinkov and drug mafia culture.

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Publication:The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)
Date:Feb 12, 2010
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