Anti-Shehbaz propaganda exposed

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REITERATING its resolve to work with Pakistan to promote the sound development of China-Pakistan Economic cooperation, China has vowed to punish the company which falsely claimed it was involved in the Multan Metro Bus project and forged letters from Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif in order to inflate its operating incomes. Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Geng Shuang said at a press briefing that China Security Regulatory Commission (CSRC) issued a public notice that the Jiangsu Yabaite Technology Co Ltd inflated its operating incomes and profits by fabricating overseas engineering projects from September 2015 to 2016.
The revelations of the Chinese authorities have exposed the propaganda campaign being unleashed by some vested interests in Pakistan to malign and discredit Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shaehbaz Sharif. Those behind the campaign need to be unmasked as there should be zero tolerance for those who generate controversies around national development projects and try to damage reputation of national personalities. Mian Shehbaz Sharif needs encouragement and commendation for his unmatched developmental activities in the province and taking multi-pronged measures to provide relief to the masses in each and every part of Punjab. But his rivals, who have miserably failed to deliver, want to change perception of the masses by mindless propaganda but thanks to the promptness of the Chinese authorities that their plans stand exposed. This tendency of spreading baseless rumours must be discouraged and this could be made possible if those behind the campaign are exposed and taken to task.