TORONTO – Accused terrorist Jahanzeb Malik will be deported back to his native Pakistan after he was found to be a danger to Canada.
Malik said he won’t appeal the decision by the Immigration and Refugee Board and is anxious to expedite the process. He’s expected to be deported within the next three weeks. In the meantime, he remains in detention at the Lindsay jail.
In the decision released Friday morning, Malik, 33, learned that he has been stripped of his permanent residency and deemed inadmissable on security grounds for engaging in terrorism and being a danger to Canadian security.