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The Dasu Attack and its Suspects

30th July 2021

After the fatal terrorist attack, at the Dasu hydropower project in Pakistan, the Chinese and Pakistani authorities seize to work together to resolve the reason and to unravel the perpetrators involved.

The blast led to 9 fatalities, all of them were Chinese nationals. Chinese foreign ministry briefed about their collaboration with Pakistan to detect the root cause of the issue and avoid any such causalities and obstructions in the future.

Zhao Lijian, the Chinese Foreign Ministry representative told the media that they were adamant to investigate the incident and punish the wrong-doers. Two accused people for arrested as suspects and were said to be involved in the July 14th terminal bus blast in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

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The bus was stroked on its approach to the Dasu hydropower project receded by china. Rendering to the Pakistani law and enforcement interventions, the suspects were from Quetta and were residing in Lahore for the past 15 years.

Chinese spectators and investigators pointed out that Pakistani Taliban and Balochistan terrorists were possibly involved in the whole ordeal. To any other accusations, the terrorist group has not yet claimed responsibility or confessed any such act.

There is a probability that the attack was executed by a third-party force encircling in doubt foreign intelligence agencies. The conference was held last Saturday; Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi visited Chengdu, Southwest China’s Sichuan Province. The Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi insisted Pakistan support China to investigate, in detail the bus explosion incident and avoid any re-appearance of such an attack.

China’s Foreign Ministry declared on the 19th of July that the Construction of the Dasu hydropower station in Pakistan has been adjourned. Although, Pakistani employees are still working on the project.

Please contact the Legal Research Institute of Pakistan for further assistance.

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