Pakistan is preparing deportation centers for undocumented migrants, according to a recent report in the Express Tribune.
The report states that the centers are being set up in all four provinces of the country, and that they will have the capacity to house thousands of migrants.
The move comes as Pakistan faces increasing pressure to crack down on illegal immigration. The country is home to over 2 million undocumented migrants, according to the United Nations, and many Pakistanis believe that these migrants are a drain on the economy and a threat to national security.
The government has said that the deportation centers are necessary to maintain order and to protect the rights of Pakistani citizens. However, human rights groups have criticized the move, saying that it will create a climate of fear and intimidation for migrants.
They have also raised concerns about the conditions in the deportation centers, and whether or not they will meet international standards.
The first deportation center is expected to open in the province of Punjab in the coming weeks. It will be able to house up to 1,000 migrants. Additional centers are planned for the provinces of Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Balochistan.
The government has not yet announced when it will begin deporting undocumented migrants. However, it has said that the deportation centers will be used to house migrants who are awaiting deportation, as well as those who have been caught entering the country illegally.
The move to establish deportation centers is likely to be controversial. Some Pakistanis believe that it is necessary to crack down on illegal immigration, while others believe that it is cruel and inhumane. The government will need to carefully manage the deportation process in order to avoid a humanitarian crisis.