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Around 30 illegal Pakistanis held captive on Crete Island for their 'aggressive behaviour', released after embassy intervention

Around 30 Pakistanis living illegally in Greece, were held captive, on Crete Island recently due to their 'aggressive behaviour' at the workplace and were released only after intervention by Pakistani Embassy in Athens, sources said.
Around 30 illegal Pakistanis held captive on Crete Island for their 'aggressive behaviour', released after embassy intervention

Around 30 Pakists living illegally in Greece, were held captive, on Crete Island recently due to their 'aggressive behaviour' at the workplace and were released only after intervention by Pakist Embassy in Athens, sources said.

Recently, a Pakist man harrased a Greek girl at their work place. The incident angered many Greece people who attacked a mosque which is used by Pakists at Tympaki on Crete Island.

"A mosque being used by Pakists at Tympaki on Crete Island was attacked by 200-300 Greek youths in the evening of 10.09. Provocation for the attack was eve-teasing of a Greek girl by a Pakist man at their work place," the sources said.

"About 25-30 illegal Pakists were held captive by Greeks due to former's aggressive behaviour at work place on Crete Island during the last week of August 2020. They could be released after intervention by Pakist Embassy, Athens," they added.

The Pakist community of Greece led by Javed Aslam Arian has termed these incidents as racist and fascist.

The illegeal immigration from Pakistan and Afghstan is cause of concerns for Greece authorities.

According to Greek City Times, Greece authorities wants to evict over 10,000 illegal immigrants that Greece.

Greece has started to deport Pakist illegeal immigrants in July. In late July, the first flight to return illegal immigrants of Pakist nationality back to their country of origin took off from Athens International Airport.

The flight returned 30 Pakists who illegally entered Greek territory and is the first ina series of forced returns that will follow.

( With inputs from ANI )

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