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Pakistan has ordered 18 international aid agencies to shut down operations and leave the country, the ActionAid charity said on Thursday, in what would be Islamabad's latest move against foreign-funded groups.

Most of the groups do work on human rights issues, and a previous shutdown order accused one aid agency of pursuing "an anti-state agenda".

 

 

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ActionAid, which focuses on education, poverty alleviation and human rights and is headquartered in Johannesburg, said it had received an expulsion notice from Pakistan's Ministry of Interior. The group's Pakistan country director Abdul Khaliq said no reason was given for the ministry's decision.

A statement issued by ActionAid called the move "an attack on civil society and human rights organisations".

ActionAid along with 17 other foreign relief organisations had appealed expulsion orders issued late last year to 27 NGOs in all, mostly those working on human rights issues.

 

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Khaliq told Reuters that an Interior Ministry official had told him on Thursday that "all of the 18 organizations have submitted their appeal to the government of Pakistan and we have rejected the appeal of all of them".

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