London [United Kingdom], August 29 (ANI): Members of the Tibetan and Uyghur community in the United Kingdom staged a protest against “Black Day” outside the United Nations office in London to celebrate the ninth anniversary of ” heinous crimes against humanity “in Tibet and East Turkistan by Chen Quanguo, currently party secretary for the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region.
The protest took place on Friday under the auspices of the United Kingdom.
Tibetan community, the World Uyghur Congress (WUC) and the Global Alliance for Tibet and Persecuted Minorities (GATPM). They were holding banners saying “Long live the friendship of Tibet and East Turkestan”, “Say no to internment camps” and save the “Uyghur people”.
A statement from the World Alliance for
Tibet and Persecuted Minorities states, “Chen Quanguo, member of the 19th Politburo of the Chinese Communist Party (CPC), was considered for the No. 2 position in the CPC, so he is very likely to take control. central government in the future. He is the most ruthless Chinese leader to ever rule Tibet and East Turkestan. ”
Chen Quanguo, who served as Party Secretary for the Tibet Autonomous Region (August 2011 – 2016), was one of three Chinese Communist Party (CCP) officials sanctioned by the United States last month for human rights violations. man in Xinjiang. .
Tsering Passang of the GATPM while reading the “Recommendations.
presented to the UN Secretary General called for a special UN session on the issue. He said: “The UN must hold the Chinese nation accountable for crimes of genocide against humanity in Tibet and East Turkestan.”
“Members of the United Nations should impose economic and diplomatic sanctions on China,” Tsering Passang said when reading the recommendations.
Rahima Mahmut, UK director of the World Uyghur Congress (WUC), said: “
Now is the time for everyone to come together and express our outrage.”
Rahima also added that the World Uyghur Congress will soon launch a “Stop the Uyghur Genocide” campaign.
“We already have many human rights organizations joining. There will be a national movement,” he said, adding that every day he receives emails from people and students to join this movement. .