Rawalpindi - The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) immigration department offloaded four people, including two Afghan nationals, from two flights for trying to travel on forged documents at Benazir Bhutto Islamabad International Airport (BBIIA), informed sources here on Tuesday.

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The FIA also arrested the son of an Afghan woman who arrived at the airport to see her off, sources said.

All the detainees were handed over to Anti-Human Trafficking Cell (AHTC) after filing cases against them, sources added.

According to sources, FIA Immigration department officials offloaded a passenger Hassan Akari who was trying to travel to Istanbul via flight number TQ-711 with fake visa stamp on his passport. Similarly, two Afghan nationals namely Jahan Ara and Abdul Wali have also been rounded up for travelling to United Kingdom via Turkish Airline TQ-711 on fake visa stickers.

On pointation of the two arrested Afghan nationals, another man namely Shah Azizi was also arrested from the lounge who was told to be son of Jahan Ara, sources added.

Similarly, another passenger Ghulam Mustafa who was trying to fly to London on fake documents was arrested, sources added.