Govt wants information about deported Uzbeks
ISLAMABAD: The government has asked the provinces and the administration of the federal capital to submit comprehensive reports about the Uzbek nationals who had been arrested under 14 Foreign Act for not having legal documents and had been deported to their homeland.
These directives were issued in order to attain information about an Uzbek woman named Aziza who had been involved in training Pakistani women to carry out suicide attacks, sources told Daily Times. Intelligence agencies have submitted reports to the interior ministry, which revealed that the Aziza had entered Pakistan illegally and had trained Pakistani women to carry out suicide missions, the sources said.
The report maintained that Aziza, during her stay in Pakistan, changed her venues quickly and she did not stay at a place for more than two days.
“Aziza is the spouse of Ubaidullah who is also an Uzbek national and was an active member of the Islamic movement in South Waziristan until he was killed in the military operation in January 2004” the sources said.
The interior ministry also directed the home secretaries of the four provinces and the chief commissioner of the federal capital to submit reports about Uzbek prostitutes who had been arrested under the Hudood Ordinance, the sources added.
They informed that the above mentioned officials had been asked to constitute various bodies comprising police and district administration officers who would visit prisons located in their respective areas and collect information about Uzbek nationals who had not been deported yet, sources said. Junaid Iqbal, the chief commissioner, directed the Capital Police to submit a report about cases, which had been registered against Uzbek nationals, sources added. shahzad malik