Children pose for photographs in front of their tents at a camp for internally displaced families in Panjwai district of Kandahar province on March 31, 2021. (Photo by JAVED TANVEER / AFP) (Photo by JAVED TANVEER/AFP via Getty Images)

Despite the creation of the Taliban government in Kabul, the Afghan refugees residing in Pakistan have stated that they have no plans of returning to their home country owing to the ongoing uncertainty.
During a visit to two refugee camps by news reporters, they stated that they would not be able to leave Pakistan until peace was restored in war-torn Afghanistan.
According to them, the Gohati and Gandaf refugee camps used to house around 60,000 Afghans, but the number has increased due to the arrival of relatives and other groups this year, particularly during the Afghan Taliban’s fight against security forces loyal to the previous Ashraf Ghani-led government.

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