Pakistan: PM Sharif’s instructions to security agencies after suicide attack in Karachi, ‘No compromise on security of Chinese citizens’

Chinese Citizens In Pakistan: Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif on...

Chinese Citizens In Pakistan: Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Tuesday ordered enhanced security for Chinese citizens working on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects. A day before the order was issued, Shahbaz had a telephonic conversation with Chinese Premier Li Qing and discussed the issue of security of Chinese citizens in Pakistan, among other issues.

According to a statement, The Prime Minister has held a meeting with Home Minister Rana Sanaullah, Planning Minister Ahsan Iqbal and other top officials. The statement said, ‘‘The security of Chinese citizens will not be compromised and has directed the Ministry of Home Affairs and security agencies to ensure adequate security.’’

Claims to have arrested suicide bomber There was a conspiracy to blow himself up near a convoy of Chinese citizens. Shahbaz told Premier Li that his government was committed to taking all necessary steps to enhance the security of all Chinese citizens working in Pakistan.

The death of three Chinese professors

According to several reports, a large number of Chinese workers stationed in Pakistan for the $60 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects started leaving the country after the suicide attack at Karachi University last month Was. In fact, three Chinese language professors were killed in an explosion carried out by a burqa-clad female suicide bomber in a vehicle outside the Confucius Institute in Karachi’s prestigious university. The driver of the vehicle was also killed in this incident. Majeed Brigade, affiliated with the banned Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA), claimed responsibility for the April 26 attack on teachers near the China-built Confucius Institute.



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