Protesters against Jinping disappeared in China
Protesters against Jinping disappeared in China: Many of them were women, all involved in White Paper Protest during Corona
The effect of the devastation caused by Corona in China is slowly ending. In such a situation, now Xi Jinping's government is making those people disappear one by one who protested against the Corona restrictions.
The BBC report claimed that the government has quietly detained 100 people so far. There are many women among them. International human rights organizations are demanding their release. An organization has also issued a list of people detained by illegal means.
In November last year, thousands of people in China demonstrated against the government by holding a white paper against the Corona restrictions. During that time also the police arrested many people. However, now these arrests have intensified. According to the BBC, those detained are not activists but writers, journalists, teachers and musicians who had returned after studying in the US and UK.
Police are questioning the women taken into custody whether they are members of any feminist group. Actually, Xi Jinping's government has been keeping an eye on those people who are raising their voices for the rights of women. China absolutely does not want that there should be an atmosphere of protest in the future in any way. A young man told the BBC that one of the women detained by the police was his girlfriend.
Refusing to reveal his identity, the youth told that when the police picked up his girlfriend, he was talking on the phone. She was telling the young man that many of his other friends were also picked up suddenly by the police. When she was deleting all the chats from her mobile phone, the police arrested her.
Those keeping an eye on China's arrests believe that the government wants to reach the masterminds of the protesting young boys and girls by detaining them. The Chinese government believes that the western countries were behind the demonstrations there during the time of Corona.
However, the New York Times was told by a protesting woman hiding her identity that she herself had participated in the demonstrations because she was a citizen of China. No one had instigated him to do so.
On 24 November 2022, a fire broke out on the 15th floor of an apartment at 7:54 pm in Urumqi, the capital of China's Xinjiang province. In no time, the fire spread to many more floors. People ran outside to escape the fire but were stopped, that is, left to die. The reason was Kovid lockdown.
On the other hand, due to the strict zero-covid policy, there is a delay in the arrival of firefighters. There is no arrangement to control the fire for 5 hours. Due to this, 10 people die due to scorching and suffocation in the smoke.
The case of a fire incident in Urumqi went viral on Chinese social media. The incident in Urumqi has created fear in the minds of the people. People used to believe that if there was a fire in their house tomorrow, then we too could be killed like this by being locked inside our house. Since then, demonstrations against Jinping had intensified in many cities including Shanghai in China.