Pakistani Foreign Ministry is in tension regarding relations with China. The Consulate General of Pakistan, located in Chengdu, China, has made a controversial tweet regarding Uygar Muslims. The issue of Uygar Muslims is very sensitive for China.
The reason for the tension of Bilawal Bhutto and his Ministry of External Affairs is China, on whose sore throat Pakistan has put its hand. Actually, the Twitter account of the Pakistani Consulate General located in Chengdu city of China has made a controversial tweet regarding the rights of Uygur Muslims. After this tweet, there was a ruckus in Pakistani social media and the Ministry of External Affairs tweeted and clarified that this account has been hacked. Even after about 24 hours of this whole incident, the Pakistani government has not been able to delete the controversial tweet.
In a tweet by the Pakistani Consulate General of Chengdu, it has been said that Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry is thankful to China for the help sent to flood reconstruction. The two countries will work together on issues of mutual interest, including the rights and freedoms of the Uighur community. In fact, China is living a life like hell by imprisoning millions of Uygar Muslims.
In fact, China is imprisoning millions of Uygar Muslims and forcing them to lead a life like hell. The whole world continues to strongly criticize China regarding this. Not only this, many countries including America have imposed many restrictions against China in view of atrocities on Uighurs.
Pakistan, which is under the debt of China, does not utter a single word against the Uyghur Muslims. During Imran Khan’s tenure as PM, when he was asked the question of Uyghur Muslims, he was completely sidetracked. For this reason, there was a stir in the Pakistani Foreign Ministry after this tweet.
Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry first made a tweet on Friday and then deleted it immediately. After this, in a second tweet, he claimed that the account of the Consulate General of Pakistan had been ‘hacked’.
Till the time of writing this news, the Government of Pakistan has not been able to ‘take possession’ of this account.