India hatching conspiracy against CPEC, development in Pakistan: Qadir Baloch

SAFRON minister says Indian foreign and interior ministers expressed their reservations over CPEC


News Desk September 23, 2017
Federal Minister for SAFRON Abdul Qadir Baloch PHOTO: RADIO PAK

Federal Minister for SAFRON Abdul Qadir Baloch on Friday said India is hatching a conspiracy to halt China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and development in the country, reported Radio Pakistan.

Baloch said the Indian foreign and interior ministers expressed their reservations over CPEC. To a question about the campaign against Pakistan in Geneva, the SAFRON minister said India is providing resources to banned organisations to work against Pakistan.

Abdul Qadir Baloch said Balochistan is a peaceful province and the people are living and travelling in that area without facing any trouble.

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India has previously accused China of undermining its sovereignty through the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) a show piece of the OBOR project.

Modi’s fourth annual summit with Abe this year also showed the interests of the two to offer an alternative vision to China’s OBOR (One Belt, One Road) project. India and Japan signed 15 agreements during the talks, one of which was to create an Act East Forum.

COMMENTS (1)

HZR | 3 years ago | Reply Whether the road develops or befits it is for China and Pakistan to decide.China thinks that the road will benefit the nation but logic says no Why would China spend billions to develop others if not for selfish reasons.it will be road to ruin of host nations no nation which has trade prospered Only China has.
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