Chinese engineers assaulted by Faisalabad’s villagers

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  1. Blackwater

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    Chinese engineers assaulted by Faisalabad’s villagers
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    FAISALABAD - Villagers of Faisalabad’s rural area of Shamaalpur assaulted five Chinese engineers, severely wounding them.

    As per media reports, these Chinese engineers were working over a bridge project of Faisalabad’s Motorway section when they got embroiled with some villagers.

    Harsh words were exchanged after which the armed villagers assaulted the engineers and also resorted to aerial firing.:becky::becky::becky::becky::becky:

    Chinese engineers assaulted by Faisalabad’s villagers | Pakistan Today | Latest news, Breaking news, Pakistan News, World news, business, sport and multimedia
     
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    Hope His Holliness Mr Thakur Ritesh don't close this thread. I hope this source is authentic enough:namaste::namaste::namaste:
     
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    Our friends will find the hand of RAW behind this -- Attempt by RAW to drive a wedge between Pakistan and their all weather friend benefactor, China.

    On a serious note, hope the Chinese Engineers recover soon enough from their wounds.
     
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    Chinese soldiers have no job for more than 30 years. jobs comeing
     
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    Pak- Chin dosti zindabad:pakistan::puke::china:
     
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    Villagers wont assault chinese for nothing. There has to be some reasons.
     
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    Pakistani villagers and Chinese engineers? I wonder how they could clash. Neither of the sides would understand the other's language :p
     
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    Faisalabad is a industrial town just like our Ludhiana. it's there major textile industry. 90% of units have closed due to load sheding of electricity, approx 18 hours a day. When these jahail ,uneducated, poor pak people saw Chinese engg working on some project ,they thought they are responsible for this mess.:becky::becky::becky::becky:
     
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    May be Chinese engineers were cooking tandoori Pork.
     
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    If that true then ............. lolzzz :D :D
     
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    basically we should not comment on it before knowing the full report.
     
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    Pork Noodles! It is the main cause.
     
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    Imagine 18 hours of shut down in pakistan. How can that town or village function. I know some pakis from karachi and situation is similar in such bigger cities as well. Frequent shutdowns is common there.

    When is the light coming ? Remaining 6 hours may be when they deep in sleep at night. rofl Anyways, i dont blame them for there furstration. I cannot imagine my 10 minutes without electricity. This whole summer season we did not had any single 1 hour official shutdown in my city. Yea there were some shutdowns for maintainence twice or thrice in a month, but that is acceptable.

    But situation still is to be improved in rural areas which still do face huge shut downs(ofcurs not of same level in pakistan). I hope the nuclear energy will put an end to that misery of rural people.
     
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    ^^ Don't focus on the 18 hours of power cuts, mate !! 50 % of rural India, I suppose has no access to power, and those that do, don't get power supply for more than 8-10 hours either.

    FYI, places like Gurgaon, Delhi, Noida, Ghaziabad have load shedding for 6-10 hours on a daily basis during summers, I have spent almost my entire life in these places, I know better.
     
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    I feel the Chinese dudes did something demeaning or something perceived to be demeaning to the villagers that infuriated them. Although, it ain't the first time the Chinese have had such violent rundown with local populations. They got into same kind of shit in Zambia and many African countries too.
     
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    we are talking of Karachi and Faisalabad and other big cities not rural Pakistan. Imagine 18 hours power cut in Noida and Delhi. if so, you will be the first person pelting stone on Govt officials and building
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    What was the real reason for the Chinese people getting thrashed?

    How were the Chinese responsible for power cuts?
     
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    Chinese are going to regret they ever got involved with Pakistan.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    By that time, the Northern Area held by Pakistan would have been claimed and occupied by China (they are already there) and would have fudged the history to show it was some Emperor of Qing or even Song dynasty who married someone or the other and hence was given the area as a Dowry.

    For instance, the Shaksgam Valley is a part of POK, but even though it was POK, it was ruled and administered by China. Hence, Pakistan had no option but to agree to cede the area to China.


    From wikipedia
     
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