ISLAMABAD: Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan is visiting Pakistan on two day state visit.
Pakistan government has on Tuesday announced deporting of Pak-Turk schools’ teachers from the government just a day ahead of Turkish President Teyyep Erdogan’s visit.
According to Interior Ministry sources, the government has ordered deporting all the teachers of Pak-Turk schools in Pakistan.
All the Turkish residents have been directed to leave Pakistan by November 20. The immigration officials have also received the orders in this regard.
The sources told that currently there are 23 Pak-Turk schools in Pakistan, where 108 Turkish citizens are working as teachers and in other capacities.
The total number of these teachers and their family-members amount to 400.