Image Source : AP Shehbaz Sharif, PM of Pakistan
Pakistan, which coerced Hindu minorities, was so terrified by the fear of China that a Chinese citizen arrested for blasphemy had to be released immediately. The court of Pakistan also did not think it appropriate to mess with China and ordered its release. This is how Pakistan had to bow before China. While he continues to jail and torture Hindu minorities on false charges of blasphemy.
It is now reported that a Chinese national arrested in Pakistan on charges of blasphemy has been released from a high security prison. Officials said on Friday that an anti-terrorism court had granted him bail. The court’s decision came when China’s new premier Li Xiang spoke to his Pakistani counterpart Shehbaz Sharif on Thursday. Judge Sajjad Ahmed of the Anti-Terrorism Court in northwestern Abbottabad city granted bail to a suspect named Tian on Thursday on a bond of Rs 200,000. He was later taken to an undisclosed location for security reasons.
Pakistani court’s tone changed after China’s intervention
After China talked to Pakistan’s PM Shahbad Sharif in this matter, the tone of the court also changed. Citing the section dealing with blasphemy, the judge said the case did not fall within the purview of “reasonable grounds” as the allegation of blasphemy was “the result of a misunderstanding”. He said the concerned police station in Kohistan had registered a “false case” against the Chinese national. According to the news of ‘Dawn’ newspaper, the court said that according to the records, the accused did not commit any such crime, hence he is granted bail. The Chinese national was arrested in Upper Kohistan district on April 16 after a mob blocked the Karakoram Highway alleging that he had argued with laborers over taking long breaks to offer prayers at the project site. Was blasphemed during.
China also reminded Pakistan of begging
The Chinese national was not brought to the court due to security reasons. “China supports Pakistan in building financial stability and hopes that Pakistan will continue to create a conducive environment to guarantee the safety of Chinese institutions and personnel in Pakistan,” said Premier Chiang, who took office in March. He was referring to the frequent terrorist attacks on Chinese personnel and projects in Pakistan under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). In reference to Li’s comments, Sharif said, “Pakistan will make every effort to ensure the safety of Chinese personnel, institutions and projects in its country.” Blasphemy is punishable by death or life imprisonment under the Pakistan Penal Code. There is provision.
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