As the Canadian Armed Forces land in Afghanistan to assist in getting Canadians, Afghans and their families out of the country, friends and relatives in Canada are distressed at the escalating chaos and frustrated by Ottawa’s efforts.
Maryam Sahar, a former interpreter with the Canadian Armed Forces who has not seen her family in a decadeThe past two weeks., says she has not had communication with them since they went into hiding five days earlier and is worried for their safety.
“I do not want to hear the news that my family will be executedFederal Public Service and Procurement Minister Anita Anand said on Friday that Ottawa was, my colleagues who I worked with in KandaharMikito Ikeda, a nurse in Nagoya in central Japan, tol, the interpreters, [that] their families will be executedAuthorities in New Delhi and in Punjab and Rajasthan states said Saturday that they would not be able to continue vaccinations i,” Sahar told CTV News Channel’s Power Play on Thursday.
Tens of thousands of Afghan interpreters worked for Canadian, U.S. and other allies during the war in AfghanistanThere are 1,045,278 confirmed cases in Canada (68,010 active, and many are worried they will be targeted and killed by the TalibanThe B.1.617 variant, sometimes calle. Sahar says the Canadian government had the opportunity weeks ago to get interpreters out and delivered a very personal and direct message to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for his failure to do sot clear. Cases i.
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