Afghans deported from Turkey report abuse

KABUL (TOLOnews): A number of Afghans who were recently sent back from Turkey accused the Turkish military of human rights violations and mistreatment. Zekrullah is one of the Afghan migrants sent back to Afghanistan by Turkish police.
“I was at work, suddenly police came and took 50 people and me. We spent one week at camp, and after one week they deported us to Kabul,” said Zekrullah, a deportee.
There were some other refugees with Zekrullah that have been deported to Kabul.
“Turkish police have misbehaved with Afghan refugees, they beat refugees and they just gave us one piece of bread per day,” said Abdulghafur, a deportee.
Meanwhile, the Ministry of Refugees and Repatriations said to address problems faced by refugees they have created a joint commission between Kabul and Ankara.
“We created a joint commission between Kabul and Ankara in Turkey to address problems of both sides…” said Abdul Mutalib Haqqani, spokesman for the Ministry of Refugees and Repatriation.
According to a report of officials of Ariana Airlines, in the past one month there have been 1,600 Afghan migrants sent from Turkey to Kabul.