Chinese netizens are eager to donate money to the families of two Pakistani police officers who got killed during an attack on the Chinese Consulate-General in the southern Pakistani city of Karachi on Friday.
Four Pakistan nationals, including two police officers, were killed in the attack, the Xinhua News Agency reported.
Separatist militant group the Balochistan Liberation Army claimed responsibility for the attack, Reuters reported.
After learning that the victims' families are having a difficult time, some Chinese nationals in Pakistan began to raise money for them. Their sentiment was echoed by Chinese people back home, the Economic Daily reported on Sunday.
Many netizens flocked to the Beijing-Economic Daily's website, applauding the idea of donation and asking it to provide a channel for them to donate money.
"I suggest we set up a foundation for these foreign police officers who died while trying to protect the Chinese nationals," said Jiancheng4.
Chinese show their truth friendship to Pakistan by donating to the two unfortunate Pakistani security persons killed during the attack on China Consulate.
These two men fought with full courage and bravery!
China government should bequeathed upon them TRUTH PROTECTORS OF CHINESE FOREIGN MISSIONS IN OVERSEAS!
They are HEROS!