ISLAMABAD: Special Assistant to Prime Minister Imran Khan on National Security Division and Strategic Policy Planning Dr Moeed Yusuf silenced Indian mouths on Tuesday by highlighting the levels of transparency between the Chinese and Pakistani governments.
In an interview with Indian media outlet The Wire, Yusuf conveyed that there is an unprecedented understanding between the two countries.
“You won’t believe me, but after finalising the CPEC agreements, the Chinese government showed the documents to us as well. Even though we never asked for them, or even imagined that we’ll catch a glimpse,” Dr Yusuf said, completely bamboozling the host Karan Thapar.
After the clueless Indian journalist asked Dr Moeed Yusuf the done to death Uyghur question, the advisor to the PM gave him a schooling of a lifetime.
“China and Pakistan are friends like none other. Virtually every human rights abuse under the sun we share with one another. Uyghurs are a non-issue, which is why the Chinese are killing them, and soon they’ll be non-existent,” he said.
Dr Yusuf further confirmed that such has been the level of transparency between Beijing and Islamabad on all issues, including human rights abuses, especially against the Uyghur Muslims, that Pakistani officials have actually been invited to the concentration camps themselves.
“The transparent Chinese government invited us to inaugurate the latest Uyghur concentration camp. I’ve personally seen Uyghur Muslims being force-fed pork, forced to drink alcohol—that is a crucial part of unlearning Islam that China is undertaking,” Dr Yusuf said.
“Now, Karan, let’s go back to talking about Islamophobia in India,” he added, as a stunned and muted Thapar looked on.