Pakistani couple along with 4 children drown near Turkiye Sea in attempt to illegally reach Europe

Pakistani couple along with 4 children drown near Turkiye Sea in attempt to illegally reach Europe

ISLAMABAD: Desperate people from Pakistan are taking extreme measures to reach Europe illegally, and a couple with their four children drowned in the Turkish Sea trying to start a new life in Europe.

Amid the financial crisis at home, more people are choosing illegal means to reach Europe and despite government measures, heartbreaking cases of illegal immigration are making headlines.

This sad incident happened with the family of Ali Agha, a resident of Quetta, Balochistan, who had left for a dangerous trip to Europe with his wife and four children.

A boat with six people on board overturned due to a storm in Canak Qila, Turkey.

After this tragic incident, the relatives of the affected family members buried their loved ones in Istanbul.

It has been learned that Ali Agha, his wife and children were carrying many migrants on the boat.

Turkish authorities have not accurately reported the number of casualties. So far, 23 bodies have been recovered from the sea.

It has been learned that Ali Agha, his wife and children were carrying many migrants on the boat.

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Turkish authorities have not accurately reported the number of casualties. So far, 23 bodies have been recovered from the sea.

At least eight suspected migrants, believed to have died in the same boat accident, have been found dead on a beach in southern Mexico. Most of the dead were Asian.

Despite the horror stories, desperate migrants from Pakistan and some African countries are fleeing their homes to Europe to escape violence and poverty.