Another 20 girls rescued-Chinese fake marriage,trafficking racket emerges in K-P

As the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) leads an investigation into fake marriages and human trafficking operations by Chinese gangs in Pakistan, reports have emerged of more such activities in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (K-P).
According to Express News, a 19-year-old Christian girl from Peshawar, Muskaan, who was married off to a Chinese national in February, has had no contact with her family over the past few months.
Muskaan’s mother, Farida, said her daughter and son-in-law had moved to Islamabad soon after the February 27 wedding. “I have not been able to contact Muskaan ever since they left Peshawar. Having seen the recent news reports about Chinese gangs and fake marriages, I am very worried about my daughter’s safety,” she said.
The concerned mother said there had been no red flags or other warning signs when Muskaan’s wedding was being arranged. “We did not feel there was any reason to worry. Muskaan’s husband even gave her Rs1,50,000 for marriage preparations and other expenses.”
Farida identified two locals, Yousaf Bhatti and his sister, as the people who arranged the marriage. “That person [Yousaf] also arranged his step-daughter’s marriage to a Chinese man.”
Muskaan’s case has come to light at a time when at least 30 Chinese nationals have been arrested so far in an ongoing crackdown launched by the FIA.
On May 6, authorities arrested eight Chinese men from various cities of Punjab, including Lahore; on May 6, FIA officials arrested 14 Chinese nationals from Rawalpindi; on May 10, two Chinese nationals and three Pakistani women were held at the Islamabad airport.
On May 11, Pakistan’s embassy in Beijing confirmed that at least 20 Pakistani girls who were trapped in China through fake marriages have been sent back to the country.
On May 10, China’s Ministry of Public Security sent a taskforce to Pakistan to cooperate with its law enforcement agencies in their crackdown on Chinese gangs involved in fake marriages.
“China’s position on the issue of transnational marriage is very clear, that is to protect legitimate marriages and combat crimes,” read a statement issued by the spokesperson for the Chinese Embassy in Pakistan.
“If any organisation or individual commits a crime in Pakistan under the banner of cross-border marriage, China supports the Pakistani side to crack down on it according to Pakistani laws.”



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South Punjab News : Another 20 girls rescued-Chinese fake marriage,trafficking racket emerges in K-P
Another 20 girls rescued-Chinese fake marriage,trafficking racket emerges in K-P
Farida identified two locals, Yousaf Bhatti and his sister, as the people who arranged the marriage. “That person [Yousaf] also arranged his step-daughter’s marriage to a Chinese man.”
South Punjab News
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