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UK giving billions of free cash to Pakistan

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Guest Margaret Thatcher

In 1984 i (Margaret Thatcher) helped my good friend Indira Gandhi kill Sikhs in Operation Bluestar.

I used Sikh taxpayers money to help kill thouands of innocent Sikhs.

But nobody can accuse the UK government of being racist since:

Pakistan received the most official development assistance from the UK last year, with costs totalling £463m.

The UK Government has given about £4 billion to the people of Pakistan just in the last 10years. Masha'Allah

Besides it's a nice little reward to the Pakistani's for their Genocide of Sikhs and their terrorist activity in the UK.

Meanwhile because the Siks dont demand compensation for the terrorist attacks I helped organise on them

... those Sikhs get nothing ... hahaha ... while the Pakistani's supply drugs to destroy the new Sikh generation lol

 

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Guest Sikhs are worthless

Sikhs (like Jaggi Johal) don't matter to the UK government

But Muslims (who support terrorism) do as they are useful vote bank

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Thank you for your valuable insight 

Sikhs are aware of British involvement in 1984 and have thus stepped up their main aim of self governance 

If the British government gives Pakistan money then that is something Sikhs have no control of, so I don't know why you're saying that 

Good luck with getting your regular beating from the USA and keep hold of your drug stockpiles as you'll need them 

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Guest Dennis Thatcher
17 hours ago, singh598 said:

If the British government gives Pakistan money then that is something Sikhs have no control of, so I don't know why you're saying that 

If Pakistan has received £5 BILLION pounds of free money from UK taxpayers in return for terrorism ...

... then shouldn't Sikh victims who were on the receiving end of state terrorism from Indira Gandhi and Margaret Thatcher 

... be on the receiving end of an equal amount of development funding aid.

Or is it that UK Sikhs can be relied on to not stand up for Sikh victims of 1984?

 

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The Indian government offered to rebuild destroyed temples in Punjab and we quite unequivocally told them to?%$$%

Equally we don't need any handouts from the UK...unlike Pakistan 

Sikhs have plenty of money and in UK are the richest ethnic minority 

We have spread in the four corners of the world...wherever we go, we have gained respect and brought about progressive values 

Whereas wherever Pakis go, they spread terrorism (as you have already stated) 

I look forward to whipping your next poor comments 

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Guest Tanmanjeet Dhesi
10 hours ago, singh598 said:

Equally we don't need any handouts from the UK...unlike Pakistan 

Brother it is not about rebuilding Akal Takht via traitors like Santu

Development assistance for poor Sikhs is something we all should support.

Justice for the 1984 widows and their children should be supported

So if Pakistan gets £5billion to effectively propagate terrorism.

Then why can't £5billion of UK taxpayers money go towards helping poor Sikhs?

 

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Forget the £5 Billion, the £2.5million that Khalsa Aid had accumulated from the Sangat won't get spent in Punjab. Our SJW i.diots have shown that they don't care about Sikh issues.

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Guest Imran Jutt Pakistani
On 7/31/2018 at 10:55 PM, singh598 said:

Equally we don't need any handouts from the UK...unlike Pakistan 

Whereas wherever Pakis go, they spread terrorism

We are milking the west for free money so it shows our superior intelligence

Jihad for spreading the values of Islam globally cannot be termed as terrorism

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On 8/5/2018 at 2:26 PM, proactive said:

Forget the £5 Billion, the £2.5million that Khalsa Aid had accumulated from the Sangat won't get spent in Punjab. Our SJW i.diots have shown that they don't care about Sikh issues.

I though Khalsa aid dealt directly with Punjab  ?

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Guest puzzledtoo

Khalsa aid/United Sikhs are busy giving aid to Muslim war refugees or Hurricane victims in the US as it gives them publicity and a photo op with some low level politician.They love the praises the white man and the Muslims give them for being Good boys and girls.Those brownies in Punjab can dream to receive even a paisa from any charity with religious names in it as that money is only to be spent on non-Sikhs to show the world how charitable,generous & inclusive we 'Sikhs' are. Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww.

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Guest Ignore Sikh Genocide

UK to fund projects worth 1billion Pounds in Pakistan

Published: June 26, 2019
Matters of mutual interest and bilateral relations came under discussion. STOCK IMAGE

Matters of mutual interest and bilateral relations came under discussion. STOCK IMAGE

KARACHI: The United Kingdom (UK) has announced financing projects worth one billion pounds in Pakistan, encouraging more British firms to set up facilities in the country, since Islamabad has improved environment for doing business as per the World Bank’s ease of doing business index.

“UK announced an increase in our funding to support Pakistan from 400 million pounds to one billion pounds,” UK Her Majesty’s Regional Trade Commissioner for the Middle East, Afghanistan and Pakistan (MEAP) region, Simon Penny said, while speaking to journalists at the British Deputy High Commission in Karachi on Tuesday.

UK will provide direct lending into projects like infrastructure, roads, hospitals, and schools.

“I think this is a very good example how the UK is having confidence over Pakistan,” he said. “Pakistan is very important market for us.”

UK Deputy High Commissioner in Karachi Elin Burns said on the occasion that her country was actively working to boost investment and trade with Pakistan. She spoke about consistency and predictably in the economic policies of Pakistan.

Historically, Penny said, the funding was provided to UK’s firms to do business in other countries through export credit agency, UK Export Finance (UKEF).  Now, the same funding will be available for Pakistani companies and projects.

UK to increase export volume with Pakistan to £1Billion

“It is the money that UK will make available to Pakistan for Pakistani companies and Pakistani projects,” he said.

“For making that money available, we look for borrowers of that money to a source of minimum 20 per cent of the project from the UK, which is very favourable. It also provided a very safe return [of money] in terms of the law of the land which is…10 years or longer.”

The funding is not intended to compete with commercial banks or private sector banks. What it intends to do is fund the projects that would not happen because the private sector was lacking the funding.  For example, banks remain hesitant providing such funding for long period of time like 10 years, he said.

Penny said UK is also working on the project as how to encourage more companies to enter Pakistan.

“I met some very, very important part of UK government strategy. It is encouraging more UK businesses to invest in Pakistan and do business with Pakistan,” he remarked.

“We are very much focused on it [encouraging more companies to enter into Pakistan]. How do we sell Pakistan’s investment stories internationally… there are many opportunities for international businesses in UK to do business here,” he said.

UK is very encouraged, while looking at the World Bank’s (WB) ease of doing business index.

“Last year Pakistan increased 11 places to 136…, which is a very positive movement and sends a very positive signal to do business in Pakistan,” he said.

Improvement in placement in the WB ranking proves that Pakistan is taking serious measures to provide sustainable environment for conducting business to attract higher Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs).

“Pakistan is not a long way behind the ambition to come in top 100,” Penny said.

“The focus that the [Pakistan] government is placing on the indices is very, very positive… that is something that the British government has favoured and committed towards Pakistan to improve working environment….We [UK aid agency] have invested heavily in programmes that support Pakistan’s efforts to improve the environment for doing businesses.”

He said that UK was also working on the projects like “how we [UK and Pakistan] can work together to increase the two-way trade between our two countries.”

The total trade between UK and Pakistan during the fiscal year 2017-18 stood at 3.1 billion pounds. Interestingly, the trade balance remains in favour of Pakistan as Pakistan made exports worth 1.9 billion pounds to UK and imports worth 1.2 billion pounds.

“So you can see UK is a very important [export] market for Pakistan,” he said.

Currently, the European Union has in place an agreement with Pakistan for GSP plus.

UK plans that once it leaves the EU, it will replicate that agreement. It has already worked legislation for the purpose.

This is Penny’s first visit to Pakistan during which he met a number of high-profile officials including Adviser to Prime Minister on Commerce and Industry Abdul Razak Dawood.

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Guest Preet Kaur Gill
On 8/1/2018 at 9:10 AM, Guest Tanmanjeet Dhesi said:

Brother it is not about rebuilding Akal Takht via traitors like Santu

Development assistance for poor Sikhs is something we all should support.

Justice for the 1984 widows and their children should be supported

So if Pakistan gets £5billion to effectively propagate terrorism.

Then why can't £5billion of UK taxpayers money go towards helping poor Sikhs?

 

I am Shadow International Development secretary so you'd think I would fight for this £5billion to help Sikhs in Punjab if pushed by enough of the 500,000 Sikhs in the UK to do so.

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