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Prime Minister Meets Chinese Engineers; Minister Sends Bodies

Prime Minister Meets Chinese Engineers; Minister Sends Bodies

Federal Minister Chaudhry Salik Hussain arrived in China accompanying the bodies of the five Chinese engineers who lost their lives in the Bisham terrorist attack. Concurrently, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif made a visit to the Dasu Dam site in Kohistan, where he met with Chinese engineers and workers. During his visit, Sharif assured that the Pakistani government is committed to providing optimal security to Chinese personnel and their families within the country. He emphasized the enduring friendship between China and Pakistan and vowed to defeat any forces opposing this bond.

Expressing condolences for the loss of the five engineers in the Bisham attack on March 26, Sharif promised that those responsible would face severe consequences pending the conclusion of the investigative committee’s findings. A moment of silence was observed in honor of the deceased engineers, and the Chinese representatives expressed gratitude for the Prime Minister’s solidarity.

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Subsequently, the bodies were flown to Wuhan, China, aboard a special Pakistan Air Force plane, where they received a ceremonial salute before departure. Prime Minister Sharif initiated a joint committee to investigate the Bisham terror incident and ensure justice for the victims.