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China Wants To Loot Our Resources: Baloch Activist

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Written By Asian News International | Mumbai | Published:March 22, 2018 10:43 IST

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Chinese President Xi Jinping's statement that Beijing is ready to fight the bloody battle against its enemies for its position in the world shows the country is present in Pakistan to loot resources, a Baloch activist saidThe activist said Pakistan was a victim of Chinese expansion in the name of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) from Gilgit Baltistan to Gwadar PortThe activist said the day was not far when China would threaten even the West as it dominates Pakistan

 

Chinese President Xi Jinping's statement that Beijing is ready to fight the bloody battle against its enemies for its position in the world shows the country is present in Pakistan to loot resources, a Baloch activist said.

Baloch political activist Munir Mengal said it was clear from Xi's remarks while addressing the National People's Congress (NPC) that Chinese only believed in manipulating people.

The Baloch Voice Association President said the people of China were not ready to give anything to anyone but wanted to loot, subjugate and dominate other countries.

The Chinese President had in a speech after becoming the President of the country without any term limit said China was not ready to give an inch of its territory to anyone.

The activist said Pakistan was a victim of Chinese expansion in the name of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) from Gilgit Baltistan to Gwadar Port.

Mengal said the country had military designs and not economic ones. "It is very clear that they are going to build a naval base there. The Chinese military is in Pakistan in the name of security of the country's people."


The activist said the day was not far when China would threaten even the West as it dominates Pakistan.

The activist said the Chinese people were trying to give a message that it had not come for infrastructure development of Pakistan, but will many other dangerous aim

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