Chinese influx will turn Baloch into minority in Balochistan by 2048

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An investigative report by Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) has established that Baloch people will turn into minority on their own homeland by 2048. The pace by which the Chinese citizens are coming into Balochistan specially due to China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is alarming and their population will be highest in Balochistan by 2048, the investigative report has claimed.

The report was made public in a press conference by the president of FPCCI Rauf Alam. He confirmed that the main concern of Baloch is the regional changes in demographics of Balochistan that will turn Baloch into minority.

CPEC is attracting citizens of China and Pakistan to settle permanently in Balochistan. This will result in a shift in demographics of the region and Baloch nation will loose majority in their ancestral homeland, Balochistan.

According to the report at least 600,000 Chinese citizens will settle annually in Balochistan, which will easily make them the largest group of people in the region by 2048.

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