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"If any (Chinese) organization or individual commits a crime in Pakistan under the banner of cross-border marriage, China supports Pakistan in cracking down on it in accordance with Pakistan's laws," a spokesperson for the Chinese embassy said in a statement issued May 10.However, the statement added that some of the reports had been fabricated and called for more responsible reporting from the media.Meanwhile, videos from Pakistani-Chinese couples are now surfacing on social media to counter the claims of sham marriages.Zhao Lijian, deputy chief of mission (DCM) for the Chinese embassy in Pakistan, recently shared a video of a girl sitting comfortably with her Chinese husband while narrating a story about their happily married life.
"Our cries are only heard when Muslim girls started registering complaints against the Chinese." At the end of May, a court in Lahore remanded several Chinese gang members over alleged fake marriages, forced prostitution, and organ harvesting involving Pakistani girls in China. Diplomatic pressure China's Ministry of Public Security has sent a task force to cooperate with Pakistani authorities in their crackdown against human traffickers.
"These are lies that Pakistani girls are being trafficked to China for forced prostitution or the sale of organs," he tweeted.
"Most marriages between China and Pakistan are good.
"Clearly he just wanted to find a wife as quickly as possible.
And in such phony marriages as these, there can be no genuine sense of commitment or love." Father Jalal is now leading a social media campaign against mixed marriages between Pakistani women and Chinese husbands.
Father Morris Jalal is pictured with some young parishioners at St.