Pakistan will give bullet proof cars to Chinese laborers, Shahbaz Sharif agrees to Xi Jinping’s conditions – न्यूज़लीड India

Pakistan will give bullet proof cars to Chinese laborers, Shahbaz Sharif agrees to Xi Jinping’s conditions


Pakistan accepts China’s conditions

According to Pakistani media reports, this important agreement has been made between Pakistan and China on Sunday regarding Chinese workers. According to this agreement, the government of Pakistan will provide bullet proof cars to Chinese workers working in the CPEC project whenever they go out of work. The draft of the 11th Joint Cooperation Committee (JCC) of CPEC between China and Pakistan states that, “It has been decided that bullet proof vehicles will be used for all outdoor activities of all Chinese workers engaged in the projects.” ” According to the report of Pakistani newspaper Tribune, during Shahbaz Sharif’s visit to the 11th JCC, its draft was not signed by both the countries, but after Shahbaz Sharif’s visit to China was over, Pakistan accepted the terms of China. has been taken.

Pakistan bowing before China?

Pakistan bowing before China?

According to a report in The Express Tribune, Pakistan’s Planning Minister Ahsan Iqbal had said after the meeting that the draft would be signed during the Prime Minister’s visit. But this could not happen. At the same time, before this, whatever agreements were made between China and Pakistan regarding CPEC, they were signed immediately, but this time it could not be done. At the same time, now Ahsan Iqbal has said that Shahbaz Sharif’s visit was only for 24 hours and due to the short travel time, MoUs could not be signed between the two countries. However, experts believe that providing bullet proof security to Chinese laborers would be a great insult to Pakistan and would send a bad message to the whole world about Pakistan’s security situation. At the same time, after giving security to Chinese laborers, now the staff coming from other countries will also demand similar security from the government, which will not be easy for Pakistan to fulfill. Not only this, Pakistan has also accepted the condition of China, that more security will be provided to Chinese workers from Pakistan side and the investigation agencies of Pakistan will have to be involved in fixing the security arrangements.

Under what conditions did Pakistan agree?

Under what conditions did Pakistan agree?

According to the report of The Express Tribune, Pakistan has requested China to upgrade the National Forensic Science Lab in Islamabad, about which China has given assurance to Pakistan for the time being. Not only this, China has said that it will set up training centers inside Pakistan, inside which training will be given to Pakistan’s private security guards and LEA employees. In this training center, private guards will be equipped with modern technology and modules. Experts say that Pakistan has violated its sovereignty by accepting these conditions of China, because now Chinese soldiers will camp in Pakistan on the pretext of training. According to The Express Tribune, the Chinese government had told Pakistan that it cannot proceed with the CPEC until Pakistan guarantees the safety of Chinese citizens.

There have been many attacks on Chinese citizens

There have been many attacks on Chinese citizens

There have been several attacks on Chinese citizens in Pakistan in the last one year. After which the work of CPEC came to a standstill. According to sources, China had earlier also demanded from Pakistan, that it should allow its security personnel to protect Chinese citizens. But, amid increasing terrorist incidents in the CPEC corridor, Pakistan had proposed the establishment of a Joint Working Group for security, which was rejected by China. China was constantly demanding that it would send its troops to Pakistan for the protection of Chinese citizens, for which Pakistan has now prepared differently, that is, Chinese soldiers would become trainers and run camps in Pakistan, in which Pakistan’s private guards would be trained. Training will be given.

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