- Around 50,000 Afghan displaced people live at the army installations in the United States, even as winter sets in.
- Khaama Press detailed that pundits have criticized the Biden organization for leaving behind the huge number of Afghans.
As indicated by Khaama Press, these exiles have no clue about how long they need to keep living at the bases until they can get settled at extremely durable homes.
US President Joe Biden has gotten sharp analysis from pundits for his organization’s absence of readiness for these displaced people, who are spread across eight army installations in the country.
A report by HuffPost said that the army installation in Fort McCoy, Wisconsin houses most of the Afghan displaced people, with upwards of 13,000 of them residing there. The Pentagon has said 44% of the almost 50,00 displaced people living at the bases are youngsters as of October.
The HuffPost report also expressed that a few displaced people have referenced not having adequate winter robes even as temperatures plunged.
Volunteers and displaced person settlement bunches have likewise grumbled of being overpowered with the number of exiles, understaffed and the absence of plan by the Biden organization to help the Afghans change into a day to day existence in the US.
“There was never an arrangement since it was so tumultuous from the start, and there are countless such questions,” Spojmie Ahmady Nasiri, a California-based movement lawyer, who has visited five of the eight army installations, told HuffPost.
Biden has been under the blade because of how the pullout of US troops and departures of Afghans occurred after the Taliban recovered Afghanistan on August 15.
The scenes at the Kabul air terminal were anarchy with individuals remaining in long lines beginning the early morning with archives close by to have a potential for success to be flown out of the nation and the grasps of the Sunni Pashtun bunch.
Regardless of strain from US partners to expand the cutoff time for the pullout of the soldiers, Biden adhered to August 31 – just a short time after the Taliban discussed counter over an expansion of the date.
Khaama Press detailed that pundits have criticized the Biden organization for leaving behind the huge number of Afghans, who worked for the US in their 20-extended conflict, and on second thought carrying obscure people to the US.
In October, Fox News revealed that an examiner general-positioned official in the US state division would research the settler visa program and get free from Afghans for passage into the nation as exiles.
In addition, the report expressed that the official would likewise test the departure of the US international haven in Kabul.