Pakistan student deported from Australia over phone calls

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  1. Blackwater

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    Melbourne: A Melbourne-based Pakistani student was today deported on security grounds after being questioned by Australian security intelligence officials over his suspect phone calls to Pakistan.

    23-year-old Salman Ghumman has been deported and is now on his way back to Pakistan, The Australian newspaper quoted the Immigration Department as saying.

    Ghumman was detained last month by immigration officials after several months of questioning by Australian Security Intelligence Organisation officials over suspect phone calls made to Pakistan and why he was in Australia, the paper said.

    His father Manzoor Hussain Ghumman, a retired Pakistani air force officer, was quoted by the paper as saying that the family was concerned about his son's fate if he be picked up and questioned by Pakistani security services.

    Ghumman said he feared his son had been unfairly targeted because the family had donated money to Jamaat-ud-Dawa, a banned outfit believed to be the charity arm of terror group Lashkar-e-Toiba.:shocked::shocked::shocked::confused::confused:

    Ghumman, who arrived in Australia in July 2010 to study accounting at the Melbourne Institute of Technology, said he was mortified at his situation and was determined to clear his name and return to Australia to complete an accounting degree at La Trobe University.

    "They said I could appeal the decision from here but it could take more than a year and I can't stay in this detention centre. I don't want to go crazy in here," he said, adding he had spent hours trying to determine what might have triggered ASIO suspicions.

    Department of Immigration spokesman Sandi Logan confirmed that the student had left and had boarded his flight "voluntarily" following the cancellation of his visa after questioning by ASIO.

    Ghumann had been held in Maribyrnong detention centre.


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    Kick all pakis from all countries back to pakistan .. ye is layek hain .. :thumb:
     
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    Audacity of these guys is amazing.
    On second thought why was he allowed to leave australia. why was he not shot in the face .
    surely if father can donate money for holy war then he should have no difficulty in accepting his son as matyr.:shocked:
     
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    Australia is justifiably concerned about a family that hobnobs and funds terrorists.
     
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    tiranga Tihar Jail Banned

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    lol, joker pakis :lol:
     
  7. Blackwater

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    No sir,terrorist, family business, I was shocked when the family admitted that they give donations to banned outfit,despite of the fact their son study abroad.... ese kahte ha "apne pair pe kulhadi marna"
     
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    I would like to add to this and that is that the chaps in Pakistan and Islamic countries have a religious arrogance, where they think that in the name of religion, they can do what they want and it has to be accepted by all others in the world.
     
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    All pakis should send their children in maderasas not to western countries..they are polluting the world
     

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