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China Cracking Down On Brokers Luring Pakistani Women For Trafficking: Report

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    China Cracking Down On Brokers Luring Pakistani Women For Trafficking: Report
    China is cooperating with Pakistani law enforcement agencies to crack down on the illegal marriage brokers, a spokesperson from the Chinese Embassy in Pakistan said in a press release on Saturday.
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    Chinese police have ramped up efforts to close down illegal marriage centres and brokers amid complaints of trafficking of Pakistani women to China, who were lured with fake marriages.

    Local authorities in Heze, East China's Shandong Province, have stepped up efforts to close illegal marriage brokers which introduce women from Pakistan to Chinese men, state-run Global Times reported on Tuesday.

    There are many videos of wedding ceremonies of Pakistani women with Chinese men. Many of these videos were claimed to be shot in Shandong, one of China's most populous provinces, the report said.

    The scandal came to light after a top private Pakistani television station 'ARY news' last week aired images of several Chinese men with six local women in different rooms, including two teenage girls, at an illegal matchmaking centre in the eastern city of Lahore.

    A Voice of America (VOA) report said the ARY channel crew showed up unannounced at the facility along with local police and interviewed the foreigners, their local facilitators and the alleged Pakistani wives of the Chinese men.

    The local facilitators told the TV channel they would lure families into an agreement by saying their would-be Chinese son-in-law was seeking Pakistani citizenship so he could invest in the country as part of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project (CPEC), the USD 60 billion project connecting both the countries.

    The report raised concerns of trafficking of Pakistani women to China.

    Since the CPEC project started in 2013, there are large number of Chinese into Pakistan to work on various projects.

    The scandal came to light at a sensitive time when China is set to organise the 2nd Belt and Road Forum (BRF) from April 25-27 to showcase the development of its mega USD trillion-dollar Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

    The CPEC project is officially stated to be BRI’s flagship project.

    The report said since February, civil affairs department, local police and market supervision departments in Heze have worked together to take down illegal matchmaking centres.

    Two illegal centres in Heze's Caoxian county, which allegedly introduced local males to females from Pakistan for a price of more than 100,000 yuan (USD15,000), were raided on February 21, the report said.

    Some matchmaking centres in Heze spread information on cross-national marriages among young people during the past Spring Festival and Chinese New Year holidays in February charging large sums of money to effect introductions to women from abroad, it said.

    China is cooperating with Pakistani law enforcement agencies to crack down on the illegal marriage brokers, rejecting Pakistani media reports of human trafficking and sales of organs, a spokesperson from the Chinese Embassy in Pakistan said in a press release on Saturday.

    "We remind both Chinese and Pakistani citizens to remain vigilant and not to be cheated. … We hope that the public does not believe in misleading information and works together to safeguard China-Pakistan friendship," the embassy said.

    A marriage broker surnamed Li, who works for a matchmaker in Chinese city of Dezhou, also in Shandong Province, told the Global Times that Chinese men looked for foreign brides as it is not easy for local men to find a wife, especially as the gender ratio is so unbalanced.

    The gender ratio in China which was 113.5 men to every 100 women in 2015, one of the highest in the world. It is forecast to drop below 112 by 2020 and 107 by 2030, according to the National Population Development Outline released by the Chinese central cabinet in January, 2017.

    Li said that his agency had successfully introduced several couples. He promised that if the marriage does not last two months, the clients have a second chance to go to Pakistan to find another wife, the Global Times report said.

    "Several matchmaking agencies in China reached by the daily confirmed that they used to introduce Pakistani women to Chinese men, but some had stopped the business because it was too difficult to get visas," the report said.
     
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    Good job China :china:
     
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    Iqrar Ul Hassan did a great job highlighting the issue.
     
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    slowly chinese taing over pakistan. first the land, then ports, then trains, then power stations, and now women..... time to wake up.

    Philippines already got a rude shock of how chinese spread their wings. Sri Lanka lost a port.

    Save your women, they are our sisters as well.
     
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    Here we do not discuss Mumbai Metro, India's PV industry, and India's lithium-ion battery technology...

    If you want to marry into China, you must have legal procedures. And regular matchmaking agencies. Or through legal TV programs.

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    Good job Saray aam team!
     
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    your game is about to be revealed now. slowly get into pakistani society by taking over everything including their women. dirty policies of china.

    im you are also not married because of china one child policy and looking for women from east asian countries or now pakistan.

    and you posted without watching the video. we want to talk about important topic first. India and pakistan are enemies, but we treat their women as our sisters.
     
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    Apart from the intentions of original poster this is a real issue. It looks like some illegal activity is being performed by human traffickers on both ends. This needs to be taken care of by both GOVTs.
     
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    Really. The educational level of Indians... this is a social problem not a political problem.

    Pakistani girls are not threatened in China. They don't have any worries, even in the middle of the night, they don't need to worry about security. India takes care of your women first.
     
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    this is not about India, no need to bring India into this topic. chinese people are not getting married in china hence looking for illegal trafficking of women. you look unmarried as well... dont look for women outside china.

    watch the video and see what is going on. no reply to you from now on.
     
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    OK, but I've said it's a social problem. You're trying to connect it to CPEC. That's ridiculous.

    China has enough Russian, Ukrainian, SK, NK, Vietnamese women(i not discuss women from HK and Taiwan here. Including female stars). Of course, including Pakistan,India woman. They are all legally married in China. But if you must discuss the illegal marriage. And try to connect it to CPEC.... It's your dirty idea.
     
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    Chinese have a horrible male:femlae ratio so its not surprising that these idiots are restoring to such disgusting criminal behaviours, over coming years hordes of horny Chinese men with no social etiquette will be travelling all over the world involving themselves with criminal organisations that deal with human trafficking. This is a serious issue, only a matter of time before some dumb Chinese gets himself killed by female relatives of the girl. Their behaviour shows they think they can get away with anything, not just Pakistan but other countries should take care with giving visas to single Chinese men.



     
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    Don't worry, some countries will not attract Chinese people.
    And you know, China every year nearly 200 million people travel abroad.
    Why do some countries think they are very popular with Chinese people??? Too confident? :what: