Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on National Security Dr Moeed Yusuf has said the government plans to bring back 6,000 Pakistanis in the coming week.

Speaking at a press conference in Islamabad, the SAPM said that the Torkham border had been opened on Saturday and some 1,000 people would be allowed to return to Pakistan through the border weekly.

SAPM Moeed Yusuf. — Screengrab
SAPM Moeed Yusuf. — Screengrab

The SAPM added that the Chaman border would be opened next week.

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