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NEW DELHI: Amid deepening disaster in Afghanistan after the Taliban took over the war-torn nation, numerous Afghan refugees in India vociferously protested in entrance of the UNHCR workplace right here on Monday demanding launch of “assist letters” from the UN company emigrate to different nations for higher alternatives.
Lots of of those demonstrators, each female and male drawn from Delhi and neighbouring cities, began gathering in entrance of the United Nations Excessive Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) workplace in Vasant Vihar since morning.
The gang shouted slogans like ‘We would like future’, ‘We would like justice’, ‘No extra silence’ and clapped and cheered one another, as many others held banners bearing messages, like ‘UN Geneva assist Afghan Refugees’ and ‘Concern resident visas to all Afghan refugees’.
The protest was organised by Afghan Solidarity Committee (ASC) and the protestors had been shouting slogans until late afternoon, with their chief saying the protest will proceed for no less than two-three days.
Protesters got here from Lajpat Nagar — ‘Little Kabul’ of Delhi, Bhogal, Noida, Higher Noida, Faridabad, amongst different locations.
Ahmad Zia Ghani, head of the Committee, stated there are about 21,000 Afghan refugees in India, out of whom solely 7,000 have legitimate paperwork (blue paper) or playing cards.
“Lifetime of Afghans in India shouldn’t be superb, and there may be hardly any alternative. Why should not we now have the chance to maneuver to a 3rd nation and search a greater future for ourselves and our youngsters. The UNHCR ought to contemplate our attraction, challenge assist letters and even reopen outdated circumstances,” he informed PTI.
The ASC volunteers additionally wore a blue armband to register their protests, whereas ladies and youngsters sang Afghan songs ‘Sarzamine Mann’.
The protesters included kids too, as younger as two-year-old Nihanz, who got here alongside along with his household from Bhogal, and sisters Dia (12) and Diayana (10), who stood collectively within the crowd wrapped within the nationwide flag of Afghanistan.
Mariam Arzo Nooyar, 19, who had moved from Kabul alongside along with her household seven years in the past, was unhappy and indignant and stated “my Afghanistan has been snatched by the Taliban”.
Bhogal-resident Nooyar who wore a shawl with Afghan colors stated she cried the day Kabul fell to the Islamist group.
“We won’t consider going again to Afghanistan, so we now have to search for higher avenues, which sadly we aren’t getting in India. I wish to turn into a physician, however do I’ve paperwork wanted to pursue larger schooling right here,” stated Kayenat Yusufi, 18, who’s among the many volunteers.
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Company, is a world organisation devoted to saving lives, defending rights and constructing a greater future for refugees.
The Taliban swept throughout Afghanistan this month, seizing management of virtually all key cities and cities within the backdrop of withdrawal of the US forces that started on Could 1.
On August 15, the capital metropolis Kabul additionally fell to the Taliban, at the same time as numerous Afghans tried in useless to flee the war-torn nation.

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