Pakistan and China have been friends since decades. Termed as a brotherly country, China has always aided Pakistan financially and helped in boosting their economy. In turn, Pakistan has always supported China’s international dispute and sided with the economic giant whenever the need has arisen. Here are some of the tweets:-
All these countries including western China will have access to warm waters of Arabian sea… A modern Silk Route… #PakChinaFriendship
— Khawaja M. Asif (@KhawajaMAsif) April 20, 2015
Defense Minister Khwaja Asif disclosed vital details as to what the Chinese would be given, after the Chinese signed several MoUs with Pakistan. Faisal Raza Abidi
Senator Faisal Raza Abidi, the dissident PPP leader known for his outspoken views and analysis, took to Twitter to praise China. Abidi hailed Pakistan’s friendship with China as a better prospect as compared to Saudi Arabia and other Gulf States, who in his opinion, wanted to enslave Pakistan.
Chinese Predent dropped a big hint.China wants Pak,Bangldesh & India part of joint development 4 new South Asia. Are we ready 4 major shift? — Rauf Klasra (@KlasraRauf) April 21, 2015
Journalist Rauf Klasra seemed comparatively wary of the Chinese President’s visit to China. He specifially pointed out China’s quest to include India as well in the joint South Asian development. Senator Rehman Malik
It was great meeting with great leader of great China.Visit of president of. China will further cement relation ship between Pak and China — Senator Rehman Malik (@SenRehmanMalik) April 20, 2015
Senator Rehman Malik, an individual who uses Twitter avidly, did not waste time sharing with the world his experience of meeting the Chinese President. Malik was all praise for Xi Jinping. Rehman Malik stated that the
Chinese Strategic Initiative is definitely a game changer for Pakistan; yet most TV programs discussed NA-246 instead? Media priorities?
— Moeed Pirzada (@MoeedNj) April 20, 2015
Journalist and renowned current affairs talk show host Moeed Peerzada also hailed Pakistan and China’s strategic initiative. He also justifiably questioned the lack of media attention towards this issue and a comparatively more comprehensive coverage of election NA 246. Asim Bajwa ISPR official spokesperson General Asim Bajwa also disclosed crucial promises that were made by the Chinese President to the Pakistani political and military clout.
MQM’s veteran politician Syed Ali Raza Abidi made his disappointment and displeasure known when he posted a sarcastic tweet. Condemning PML-N’s government for neglecting other provinces as far as investments were concerned, here’s what Abidi tweeted:-
#WelcomeToPakistan The President of China. PMLN Govt, has avoided other provinces from your investments. Pakistan is not Punjab only!
— Syed Ali Raza Abidi (@abidifactor) April 20, 2015