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Lijan Zhao, Deputy Chief of Mission at Chinese Embassy in Pakistan, has shared the full details of Pakistani man Waqas Ali in the captivity of Chinese Police in China. Yesterday, he took notice of the viral video of an old Pakistani woman pleading for help to recover her son Waqas Ali with whom she had lost contact 10 months ago.
Lijan Zhao, ensured to provide full support and to return back with the proper information regarding the woman’s son. He after obtaining full information of the case, took to Twitter and confirmed the arrest of the Pakistani man Waqas Ali by Chinese Police. He informed that Waqas was arrested on the charges of cheating three businessmen and was jailed after prosecution.
“Waqas was arrested in May 2018 in Hangzhou. According to the investigation report, he cheated 3 Pakistan businessmen & was reported to police. He has been prosecuted for fraud in April 2019. Pakistan Consulate in Shanghai is aware of this. His lawful rights have been fully protected,” Lijan Zhao tweeted today.
Waqas was arrested in May 2018 in Hangzhou. According to investigation report, he cheated 3 Pakistan businessmen & was reported to police. He has been prosecuted for fraud in April 2019. Pakistan Consulate in Shanghai is aware of this.His lawful rights have been fully protected. pic.twitter.com/NLk9aWGHof
— Lijian Zhao 赵立坚 (@zlj517) April 13, 2019
The woman Rashida, hailing from Taxila, in her video message had said that his son Waqas Ali had been working in China for 14 years. She lost contact with her son 10 months ago. She believed he was in Chinese police custody.
میں ٹیکسلا میں رہائشی ہوں میرا نام راشدہ پروین ہے، میری 3 بیٹیاں اور دو بیٹے ہیں میرا بڑا بیٹا وقاص علی 14سال سے چائنہ میں کام کررہاهے جسکا پاسپورٹ نمبر 071791292 ہے 10 ماہ سے اس کو چائنہمیں پولیس نے پکڑا ہوا ہے ہمارا کوئی رابطہ نہیں اس سے میں اپنے بیٹے کے لیے بہت پریشان ہوں، pic.twitter.com/FwdWOrfwqX
— Architect Jalal Sherazi (@jalalsherazi) April 11, 2019
Pakistanis urged Zhao to look into the matter; after which he responded that her son indeed was in custody for fraud.