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Monday, May 27, 2024

Pakistan, scared of China's anger, extends its hands towards Afghanistan


Pakistan, which considers China as its friend, is now unable to bear its anger. A few days ago, there was a terrorist attack on Chinese workers in Pakistan. Many workers lost their lives in this. After this, China started getting strict on Pakistan. To convince China, Pakistan has now told the Taliban government of Afghanistan that the terrorists who were involved in attacking Chinese workers should be handed over to Islamabad.

In March, an incident of a vehicle filled with explosives hitting a bus in the troubled Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province came to light. In this, six people including five Chinese citizens were killed. These Chinese citizens were working on a project in Pakistan. This project was going on at a distance of about 300 km from Islamabad.

Families of Chinese workers will get compensation

The Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) of the Pakistan Cabinet on Thursday decided to give 25 lakh 80 thousand US dollars to the families of the Chinese workers killed in the attack. In an attempt to convince China, Pakistan is constantly targeting Afghanistan. Recently, Pakistan's Home Minister Mohsin Naqvi, while addressing a joint press conference with officials of the National Counter Terrorism Authority, said, 'Whether Afghanistan prosecutes the terrorists or not, it should hand over the terrorists to Pakistan'.

Five terrorists killed in Pakistan

At least five terrorists were killed while two soldiers, including a captain of the Pakistani army, lost their lives during a military operation against terrorists in Pakistan's troubled Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province on Sunday. It is being told that after receiving information about the terrorists hiding in the area, the officials launched an intelligence operation in the area. The soldiers 'effectively fought' the terrorists and killed five of them, while injuring three others.

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