As an altruism motion, Pakistan on Friday gave over an Afghan tyke who had disappeared in Islamabad in 2015 to authorities at the Afghan Embassy in the capital.
Ubaidullah, whose family had flown out from Afghanistan to Islamabad where his dad experienced medicinal treatment, disappeared in 2015, the Foreign Office (FO) said in an official statement.
“The mother of the tyke couldn’t discover any piece of information about his whereabouts” after he disappeared, however needed to leave for Afghanistan because of the sudden death of his dad, the FO said.
Ubaidallah was later found by Islamabad Police on November 7, 2015, and was given over to the Child Protection and Welfare Bureau (CPWB).
While the CPWB “furnished him a homelike situation alongside instruction, human services and mental guiding”, Pakistani specialists proceeded with endeavors to follow his family in Afghanistan, the FO said.
Remote Secretary Tehmina Janjua today gave him over to Afghan authorities.
Ubaidullah is set to movement to Afghanistan later today keeping in mind the end goal to rejoin with his family.
The FO said that the legislature of Afghanistan had valued Pakistan’s endeavors to ensure the tyke and hand him over to his family.