Islamabad, 26 July 2021 (Media Reports)
Forty-six Afghan soldiers and Border Police got refuge and safe passage in Pakistan on Sunday, Pakistan Inter-services Public Relations (ISPR) statement.
The statement said that a local ANA commander opposite Arundu, Chitral, had requested help for the 46 soldiers — including five officers — as “they were unable to hold their military posts along Pak-Afghan International Border due to evolving security situation in Afghanistan.”
The Pakistan Army contacted Afghan authorities for the relevant information and necessary formalities, the statement added.
“These Afghan soldiers arrived at Arundu sector, Chitral late last night. Pakistan military authorities contacted Afghan officials and after meeting necessary military procedures, 46 soldiers including five officers have been given refuge [and] safe passage into Pakistan.