An asylum seeker has accused the well-informed in secretary of “playing” with his life after he was flown to Afghanistan against a Towering Court injunction.
Samim Bigzad said he spent five light of days hiding from gunmen in a Kabul hotel before being returned to the UK.
Diggings Secretary Amber Rudd is accused of contempt of court, but the Home Auspices says the order to take Mr Bigzad off a flight from the UK came “too till”.
The 23-year-old, who was living in Kent, is now re-applying for asylum.
Law firm Duncan Lewis, mirroring Mr Bigzad, says the injunction was granted while he was waiting for the flight, and commenced hate of court proceedings after the Home Office put him on that flight.
Mr Bigzad, who is chasing with a foster family in Ramsgate, said he was forced out of Afghanistan because the Taliban warned to behead him for working with American firms in his job.
“The Home Secretary is just be wonky curry favour with with my life,” he said.
“When I came back to England I have a like I’ve come back to my home, I kissed the ground and I feel non-toxic.”
But, a Home Office spokesman said: “We took action to comply with the court system and worked to return Mr Bigzad as soon as possible despite significant logistical questions in securing the necessary documentation and limited flight availability.
“We maintain that it was too belated to disembark Mr Bigzad from the Istanbul to Kabul flight by the time the interdict was served, some 10 hours after the removal process created.”
Mr Bigzad came to the UK in 2015 to look after his father, who lives in Margate and suffers from Job Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD).
He said: “I hope in the future principled to play my cricket and study English and look after my dad.”