China denies Forced into Prostitution/Sale of human Organs of Pakistani women in China2 min read

On Thursday, The Chinese Embassy denied Pakistan’s media reports that states Pakistani women were being forced into prostitution or sale of human organs.

According to investigations by the Ministry of Public Security of China

There is no forced prostitution or sale of human organs for those Pakistani women who stay in China after marriage with Chinese. The Chinese Embassy in Pakistan has clarified the rumors by issuing a statement on 13th April. We hope that the media reports should seek truth from facts, be objective and fair. We hope the people of China and Pakistan do not believe the rumors. We will never allow a few criminals to undermine China-Pakistan friendship and hurt the friendly feelings between two peoples.

Statement by the Spokesperson of the Chinese Embassy in Pakistan

Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has started crackdown in various locations of Pakistan including Lahore, Faisalabad, Islamabad, Rawalpindi and arrested some gang members, including Chinese nationals and their Pakistani accomplices for marrying Pakistani girls and then forcing them into prostitution in China. This scandal has shocked the whole country.

Those arrested include Wang Hao, Shoi Sheli, Wong Yhazou, Chang Shail Rai, Pan Khowajay, Wang Bao, Zaothi and Kaindisko; taking the total number of arrests in this connection to 20+ so far according to the Pakistani Media report.

One of the suspect Chang Shail Rai was arrested in the middle of wedding ceremony in Faisalabad where he was about to marry another girl during an intelligence based operation of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA).

Zahid, a Christian father; Kashif, a matchmaking agent; Mendes, a Chinese woman; and others were also taken into custody in the raid. They made fake documents of Chinese men showing them either as Christians or Muslims.

Reports of the fake marriages had surfaced from Lahore and parts of Southern Punjab earlier last month. Some reports also claimed that organs of the women were also sold in China.

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