According to ARY News, Pakistan's Federal Investigation Agency's (FIA) immigration cell apprehended two alleged human traffickers attempting to leave the country. The significant operation took place at Peshawar Airport, where the FIA immigration cell arrested Muhammad Nabi and Aminullah. Muhammad Nabi, a central figure in human trafficking and visa fraud, was caught trying to board a flight to Oman. Several counterfeit visa stickers were found on Nabi's mobile phone. He is linked to numerous cases at the FIA Composite Circle Mardan, accused of extorting substantial amounts of money from victims through deceit. The prompt intervention by FIA Immigration staff at Peshawar Airport thwarted Nabi's escape and facilitated his transfer to the Composite Circle Mardan for legal actions, as reported by ARY News. In a separate incident, Aminullah was detained while attempting to use a forged Italian resident card to travel abroad. Initial inquiries suggest Aminullah obtained the fake document from a criminal group specializing in document forgery. Subsequently, Aminullah was transferred to the Anti-Human Trafficking Circle in Peshawar for further investigation and legal proceedings, as reported by ARY News.