Prime Minister Imran Khan has said Pakistan is trying its level best for the success of afghan peace process so that the Afghan refugees could return to their homeland with dignity.

Addressing the first Global Refugee Forum in Geneva, the Prime Minister stressed that there is only political settlement of the conflict so that the people of Afghanistan who have been suffering from over forty years of conflict finally can enjoy the dividends of peace.

Imran Khan also paid tributes to turkey for hosting the largest refugee population.

The Prime Minister said the people of Pakistan hosted four million Afghan refugees with generosity for about four decades and there are still three million refugees in the country including 1.4 million registered ones.

Alluding to the situation in Occupied Kashmir as well as in India, the Prime Minister warned the world community of one of the biggest impending refugee crisis is about to take place due to the steps taken by Modi government.

Imran Khan said the UN Secretary General must also understand the complications of the steps taken by India in Assam to deprive the Muslim population of Indian nationality as well as the recently passed citizenship act.

The Prime Minister said that millions of Muslims could flee India due to Kashmir curfew and new citizenship law, creating a refugee crisis that would dwarf other crises.

Addressing the forum, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has hailed the generosity demonstrated by different countries including Pakistan and Turkey for hosting millions of refugees.

UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi called for a smart and comprehensive plan to address the refugee crisis.