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Tuesday, 5 May 2020

China is silencing those asking questions about the epidemic

China is silencing those asking questions about the epidemic
Many residents of Wuhan, the epicenter of the epidemic in China, approached some human rights activists to make a similar case, but changed their minds after being threatened by the police.

New York (Agenzia Fides): China, the world's target of the corona epidemic, is now facing questions on the domestic front as well. However, he is strictly silencing those who have lost their lives due to the deadly virus and are seeking help to sue the Chinese government. Many residents of Wuhan, the epicenter of the epidemic in China, approached some human rights activists to file a similar case, but changed their minds after being threatened by police.

Yang Zhanqing, a Chinese human rights activist living in New York City, USA, said he had not been contacted by seven Wuhan residents, but had changed his mind in late April. It was reported that the police had threatened two people in it. Yang was detained for some time in China. When he was released, he immigrated to the United States. He said Chinese authorities were cracking down on human rights activists, along with distressed relatives who had lost their lives in the epidemic, who were pressuring the ruling communist government to hold them accountable for what had happened in Wuhan. The first case of corona infection was reported last December in Wuhan, the capital of central China's Hubei province. This dangerous virus spread from here to all over the world. The city has the highest number of infections and deaths in China. Prosecutors have warned against filing a case against the Chinese government. Yang said he (Chinese officials) was concerned that it would expose the reality of Wuhan and its families to the international community. In that case, the international community will come out openly against China. Two members of a group active in Wuhan said police arrived at a man's home last March to shut down a chat group. There were more than 100 people in the chat group and they were trying to surround the Chinese government. These people also lost their lives in the epidemic.

For interviews, but not published

Zhang Hai, who lost his father to a corona infection in Wuhan last February, said he had been interviewed by several Chinese journalists about his demands. It was later reported that his editors refused to publish the interview. I then appealed online to the epidemic victims, but my messages were deleted.

Many countries are blaming China

Many countries, including the United States, Germany, Britain and Australia, have blamed China for the corona epidemic. These countries believe that China has not shown transparency on the corona virus. US President Donald Trump has taken an aggressive stance towards China on this issue.


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