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Let us know that recently Pakistan had planned to demand a part of the total amount of investment of CPEC from China in the form of debt. According to the report published in Asia Times, Pakistan is in trouble due to many projects of CPEC being stopped. These include projects which were stopped by the Imran government in 2018 simply because they were suspected of corruption of the previous government.
However, two years later, two members of his cabinet were found involved in corruption in the power sector. The report states that China is also adopting a strategy that forces Pakistan to borrow at a higher rate of interest. According to reports, China is also angry with Pakistan because the Imran government is languishing in big infrastructure works.
China shocked by Aseem Bajwa
Retired Lieutenant General Aseem Salim Bajwa, who was made the chairman of the CPEC body, has also come under corruption. This is nothing short of a shock for China because it feared corruption when it went into private hands, so it made the military a partner, but corruption cases started coming there.
Pakhtuns protest against Pakistani atrocities
The Pakhtun Tahfuz Movement (PTM) organized a meeting at Meeran Shah in North Waziristan to call for the disappearance of civilians in the country, killing them and abusing cruelty in the form of abuses. During this time thousands of Pakhtuns had black flags in their hands and were demanding justice for the victims against the brutalities of government agencies in Pakistan. During this, former Pakistan Senate member Afrasiab Khattak and human rights activist Khor Biwi accused the Pakistan Army and ISI. Explain that the Pakistan Army has been accused of spreading government-funded terrorism in Pakhtun region.
Despite the ban, there will be 22 mega rally
A coalition of opposition parties agitating against the Imran government in Pakistan has announced that they will have a mega rally in Peshawar on 22 November, despite the government's ban. The 11 opposition parties have formed an alliance in the name of Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) against the current government in Pakistan. Spokesperson Abdul Jalil Jan said, “We have waged a decisive battle against the government of Imran.”