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A New China Military Base in Pakistan?

Reports about Beijing trying to acquire another facility there could have significant consequences for the region but US has by far failed to support this propaganda with any valid evidence, reports Pakistan's leading current affairs' monthly 'Pakistan Affairs Digest'.

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. Current Affairs Digest by Dr Safdar Mahmood

A recent report about China trying to acquire a military base in Pakistan had created new concerns about Beijing’s long-term strategic plans in the Indian Ocean. The new base is supposed to go up in Jiwani, about 80 kilometers to the west of the better-known Gwadar port. But the report was baseless.

If China does establish a military base here, it will be its second foreign military base, after Djibouti, which was set up in August 2017. The Hambantota port in Sri Lanka given to China on a 99-year lease could possibly be added to the facilities available to China, though Sri Lanka has reportedly promised India that it will not allow the port to be used for military purposes.

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Emergency in Pakistan 2019

When the constitution was suspended. Musharraf, who also suspended the Constitution, banned the media from publishing anything that defames, ridicules or brings himself, the armed forces, or the government disrepute. The cabinet, national and provincial assemblies were to continue functioning, but that Abdul Hameed Dogar had been appointed as new Chief Justice

Witnesses said troops were also deployed at local television and radio stations. Most phone lines were down, and private television channels taken off air. Hours before he suspended the Constitution, Musharraf claimed in his televised address that terrorism and extremism had reached soaring levels in the country, and that immediate action was required.


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