Chinese man held in Pakistan
Islamabad: A man, who was wearing a burqa when he was arrested last month in Pakistan`s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, is a Chinese national, a media report said.
The 27-year-old man, arrested in Bannu district last month, has been identified as Chinese national Muhammad Yousuf, Dawn reported Monday.
It was initially thought that he was a Turkish national.
Sources said that during interrogation it came to light that he was a Chinese national, who uses the `codename` of Muhammad Ali.
The media report said that Yousuf is said to be a resident of Beijing.
Around USD 50,000, Chinese Yuan and Islamic literature were found in his possession.
Sources said Yousuf was reportedly wearing a burqa when he was taken into custody at a bus stand and he was heading towards Miranshah, the headquarters of North Waziristan region.
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