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Protesters protesting against the Covid restrictions in China started disappearing -HP NEWS

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Protesters who protested the end of zero-covid rules in China last year started disappearing.

According to a report by the British news agency BBC, many people have gone missing since the Chinese authorities quietly launched operations against the protesters who were protesting against the end of China’s zero-covid restrictions in November last year. are

According to the news, Chinese social workers say that more than 100 people were arrested by the police at the time of the protests, although months have passed, no information has been available regarding the number of people.

According to the BBC, international human rights organizations and universities have called for the release of all those detained in other cities, including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Nanjing. Avoiding answering questions about being.

According to the news, an investigation by the BBC has revealed the names of at least 12 people who were arrested in Beijing for causing disputes and problems.

According to the BBC news, most of the people detained are not social workers, but most of them are writers, journalists, musicians, teachers and professionals in the financial industry, highly educated people from universities in the United States and the United Kingdom. They took part in the peaceful protest by carrying a symbolic piece of white paper in their hands to demonstrate.

The families and friends of the people detained by the Chinese authorities said that the atmosphere had been getting very tense for a long time. Going to participate is a movement, they just joined to express their feelings.

He said that during the protest, we were peaceful, we did not clash with the police and did not speak about radicalism, so we do not think it was a serious matter.

According to the report, it is not yet clear how the police identified the detainees, but it is believed that they were identified through surveillance cameras and facial recognition software, and later after searching their phones. Arrests have been made.



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