In the midst of the Corona transition, what did India pull out of its citizens and students from Wuhan in China that the trouble for Pakistan increased. On the one hand, Pakistani students call for increasing return to home and on the other hand, pressure to befriend China.
Naubat reached such a point that the video call of the Health Minister, made two days ago in an attempt to convince Pakistani students in Wuhan, also became a sore throat. Finally, PM Imran Khan had to tweet and say that his government will take all possible steps to help the students.
Imran Khan said that he has given necessary instructions to his Ministry of External Affairs and Overseas Ministry for this. However, despite this belief, the Pakistan PM did not directly give confidence to when and how he would expel his people from China's Corona virus-affected Hubei province and especially the city of Wuhan. Not only this, Emraan Khan did not forget to repeat the pact of Pakistan's friendship with China before the tweet giving the assurance of help to Pakistani students.
Pakistan did not evacuate its citizens
In fact, Pakistan, while reiterating its close ties with China, decided that it would not expel its citizens from there. So that China does not feel that even its all-weather friend Pak does not trust her efforts. But when India evacuated 650 civilians by sending aircraft on 1 and 2 February amid rising cases of corona virus, videos of Pakistani students complaining about not being taken out of their government started surfacing on social media. At the same time, questions began to be raised within Pakistan also on the policy of ignoring its people to help China.
Pakistani minister talked to students on video call
Meanwhile, Pakistan's Minister of State for Health, Zafar Mirza, spoke to Pakistani students in a video call in Wuhan in order to bolster the students' concerns. However, he did not have any answer in this video call of explaining when the government of Pakistan will take out its citizens. Angry students also expressed their anger on social media.