- Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, who is becoming China’s economic slave, fears the threat of a dragon.
- Imran Khan will provide compensation to Chinese citizens injured in the Dasu water project attack.
- The Pakistani government will pay compensation to 36 Chinese nationals killed in a suicide attack
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, who is becoming China’s economic slave, fears the threat of a dragon. Imran Khan is set to pay billions of rupees in compensation to Chinese civilians killed in a terrorist attack on the Dasu water project. The Pakistani government will pay compensation to 36 Chinese nationals killed in a suicide attack. Another 26 people were injured. China has threatened to suspend work for refusing to pay compensation to Pakistan.
According to the Express Tribune, diplomatic tensions have arisen between China and Pakistan over the compensation. The Imran government is set to provide four types of compensation, including compensation ranging from Rs 81 crore to Rs 3.6 billion. The important thing in this whole matter is that Pakistan is not obliged to pay compensation legally or as a condition of the agreement. The Imran Khan government, which has since succumbed to Chinese intimidation, now has billions in compensation data.
The Chinese contractor also halted the Dasu project
The World Bank is funding the Dasu project, which does not even come under the China-Pakistan economic corridor. Four Pakistani civilians were killed in the attack. To avoid international humiliation the Imran Khan government had earlier termed the incident a gas leak, which angered China and canceled the CPEC meeting. The Chinese contractor also halted the Dasu project. Following this, the government of Imran accepted that this was a terrorist attack.
The Chinese company demanded $ 37 million in damages. China’s arrogance can be seen in the fact that the compensation it asked for was greater than the compensation it received for a similar attack in China. We tell you that China’s CPEC project continues to face setbacks in Pakistan. As the pace of work has slowed, approval for new projects has stalled on both sides.
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