Pakistan Seemingly Adopts Chinese as Official Language

In a move in the Pakistan senate on last Monday, Chinese was seemingly adopted as one of its official languages according various news reports. The motion was brought in the senate where it calls for the declaration of Mandarin, a Chinese dialect as one of the official languages in Pakistan after Urdu and English for the implementation of CPEC.

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Protest Against Growing Chinese Presence In PoK, Gilgit-Balistan

The locals of the Gilgit-Balistan and the Pakistan occupied Kashmir region are showing resentments against the growing Chinese presence in the region. The locals are also protesting against the Pakistan government for taking on great projects in the region with the counter-part Chinese government without consulting the locals.

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