Afghan refugees who arrived in The United Kingdom after the Taliban took over Afghanistan are now willing to return to their houses as they are exhausted from the hotel life.
The United Kingdom launched a ‘Warm Welcome’ operation for the refugees of Afghanistan and offered accommodation to hundreds of people who arrived there a few months ago. It’s been many days now, and people have lived in the hotels for a long time. Many residents are in their early 50s and want to get rid of these hotels.
According to the doctors, many old patients are sick of living in small hotel rooms and are willing to go back to their houses as soon as possible. They require their freedom as they are not used to this life. The permanent homes are not allotted to many people in the UK yet, and people are desperately waiting for this procedure to get done.
Around 8,000 refugees were a part of the UK armed forces allotted in Afghanistan before the Taliban took over the country. About 7,000 refugees are locals and want the British government to assign them permanent homes in the UK to start their lives again.
The British Government Officials elaborated that it was the most extensive emergency evacuation in the history of The United Kingdom.
They are doing their best to help all the 15,000 refugees who have arrived in their country on such short notice.They are willing to help every person in the best way possible. Every facility of education, accommodation, and healthcare will be provided to these people by the government of The United States.
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