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The Bakhsh family fear they face death if forced to return to Pakistan. Cameron Brooks

The Home Office has been urged to grant asylum to a Pakistani family who fears death if they are forced to leave the UK after six years of unsuccessful applications for asylum.
Maqsood Bakhsh fled Pakistan in 2012 with his wife Parveen and their sons Somer and Areebs, then aged nine and seven, after Islamic extremists threatened to kill him because of his religious beliefs.
Glasgow North East Labour MP Paul Sweeney plans to raise the case in the House of Commons and has been in discussions with the family.
Mr. Bakhsh, a Christian, has appealed to the prime minister for leave to remain but the Home Office has repeatedly rejected his family’s asylum applications, mainly because officials do not believe they would be at risk in Pakistan.
"Prime Minister, please help us because I do not understand why the Home Office keep rejecting us,” said Mr. Bakhsh. Read Full Report Here:>>
Report | The Independent

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