LONDON – Four men indicted prepping young ladies for sex for a situation that filled racial pressures in Britain are confronting expulsion to Pakistan after a judge maintained an administration choice to strip them of British citizenship.
The decision by a migration tribunal Thursday makes room for the men, all of Pakistani nationality, to be expelled from Britain. They obtained British citizenship by naturalization.
They were among nine men of Pakistani and Afghan drop sentenced attracting young ladies as youthful as 13 into sexual experiences utilizing liquor and medications.
They were situated in Rochdale, in northern England.
Among the four confronting expelling is instigator Shabir Ahmed, sentenced in 2012 to 22 years in prison. The other three are Adil Khan, Qari Abdul Rauf and Abdul Aziz.