China Criticizes The Suicide Assault At Karachi University
Moinul Haque, Pakistan's ambassador to China, expressed astonishment and grief at the Karachi University blast and the deaths of Chinese nationals.
On Wednesday, China voiced “strong disapproval and anger” over the bombing assault at the Karachi University Institute the day before, which murdered 4 people, 3 of whom were Chinese nationals.
As a vehicle transporting three Chinese professors was willing to go to the Institute, the event occurred. A covered lady stood just outside of the Institute’s door and blew herself soon as the vehicle approached the Karachi University’s entrance, according to Surveillance tapes.
As a result, three Chinese professors in the van, including Confucius Institute head Ding Mupeng, as well as the driver, were slain.
Throughout a news conference on Wednesday, a Chinese foreign ministry official responded to a query about the tragedy by saying that three Chinese national instructors of Karachi University were killed and one was killed in the accident.
He went on to state that now the “Chinese side affirms strong criticism and anger over this significant terrorist assault, and sends sincerest sympathies to the deceased and sympathy to the wounded and grieving families,” conceding that “also there are no such fatalities on the Pakistanis during the Karachi University blast.”
He went on to say that the Chinese foreign office and foreign posts in Pakistan quickly triggered the “emergency reaction system” following the occurrence and that the Chinese Associate Minister Of Foreign affairs Wu Jianghao called Pakistan’s embassy in China.
The incident at Karachi University was afterwards declared by the BLA (Balochistan Liberation Army).
According to the spokeswoman, the Chinese minister voiced “great worry” over the occurrence on the phone and urged that Pakistan undertake an early investigation. The ambassador also urged that the attackers be arrested and prosecuted to the fullest extent permitted by law, as well as that all reasonable steps be made to safeguard the protection of Chinese people in Pakistan, in order to avoid such events.
“The Chinese office in Pakistan and the embassy staff in Karachi are cooperating with Pakistan to cope with the aftermath of the fatalities,” a representative for the foreign office said.
“The Chinese foreign ministry and Chinese diplomatic missions in Pakistan will continue to urge relevant Pakistani departments to properly handle the follow-up matters of those killed, treat the injured, and resolutely crackdown on the terrorist organisation involved,” according to the spokesperson. “The Chinese people’s blood should not be lost in waste, and those responsible for this catastrophe at Karachi University will undoubtedly pay the price.”
Syed Murad Ali Shah, the Chief Minister of Sindh, had earlier visited the Chinese embassy in Karachi, where he informed Consul General Li Bijianof the bombing. The CM voiced his sorrow over the deaths of these Chinese instructors of Karachi University and promised that the event will be carefully examined and those responsible held to account.
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