Chinese investment not in Pakistan's interest: Shahbaz Gill

Loving China but as a business professor I would say Chinese investment is not in Pakistan's interest 

Chinese investment not in Pakistan's interest: Shahbaz Gill

Lahore: Special Assistant to Prime Minister Shahbaz Gill has said that Chinese investment is not in the interest of Pakistan, love China but as a business professor I would say Chinese investment is not in the interest of Pakistan, because China's culture is very different. Addressing a function, he said that if I was asked as a business professor that Chinese investment in Pakistan is beneficial, I would say that it is not beneficial at all because the culture of China and Pakistan is very different.

A video of Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Political Communications Shahbaz Gul, in which he is seen criticizing the huge Chinese investment reaching Pakistan under the 62 62 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). media.

Chinese investment in CPEC projects, part of Beijing's ambitious Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), has been the subject of debate since its inauguration in Gwadar in 2016, following the inauguration of initial projects. Was

Is Chinese investment beneficial for Pakistan? As a business professor, I would say, no, not at all. Gul says in his speech which is presented in the seminar.

Chinese culture is very different. I love china too I'm not saying I'm against China [1] but [they have a very different culture. "

I love China, I am not against China but I would still say that the culture of China and Pakistan is very different.

On the other hand, PML-N Secretary General Ahsan Iqbal in his response on Twitter said that Special Assistant to Prime Minister Shahbaz Gill should resign immediately after his statement against Pakistan, a friend of Pakistan, came to light.

Ahsan Iqbal said that if anti-China people are sitting in the sleeves of the government then how can China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)  be successful? Ahsan Iqbal also shared a video of Shahbaz Gill's statement. Furthermore, on the report of the sugar crisis and the government's decision to take action against the mafia, Ahsan Iqbal said that the price of sugar was stable during the PML-N era. It was not immediately clear who was responsible for the rise in sugar prices.

Chinese investment not in Pakistan's interest: Shahbaz Gill

                         Ahsan Iqbal Tweet and share video

In the PTI era, the price of sugar has gone up. Who benefited? Ahsan Iqbal said that why the names of those who were mentioned in the Chinese crisis were not included in the Exit Control List (ECL). He said the government was confusing the issue to cover up its theft. When there was a shortage of sugar in the country, the PTI government allowed it.

According to Gul, the speech was made at a conference in December 2017, which was also attended by PTI leader Asad Umar and anchorperson Dr. Moeed Pirzada.

The aide to the prime minister added that some people were using cherry pickers to give the wrong impression.

The video also received a tweet from Ahsan Iqbal, secretary-general of the main opposition Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, and Mushahid Hussain Syed, chairperson of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, who described the video as shocking and unacceptable.

Every citizen of Pakistan knows today how independent the NAB is. Imran Khan gives instructions to NAB and they become active against the opposition. The whole force of NAB's independence prevails. He said that the government first caught the thieves who made sugar expensive.

Shahbaz Gill responded to Ahsan Iqbal tweet and said: "Please listen to the whole lecture. As a professor, we have to look at it from every angle. Whether it is China, the United States, or any other country, I have to state the interest of Pakistan first. He said that Pakistan has to do its best. I have already tweeted"



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