Threats continue to be made in the siege of Yining, and residents are being given unknown drugs

Our reporter’s phone interviews revealed that the violent executions of the Chinese authorities during the siege of Uyghur have not continued in any form. Intimidation of residents by taking them to “education” and giving them unknown drugs are the measures that disturb and worry the residents of the Uighur region today as the siege continues.

Although the siege measures implemented by China in the Uyghur region for a week have not caused any setbacks for the Chinese migrant residents, who are mostly organized by state employees and have been taking advantage of the country’s superior policies, they have caused a series of practical difficulties for the Uyghurs, whose economic base and social structure are weak due to the camps. It also caused emotional disturbances.

It turns out that these days, in Mazar, Dunmazar, and Trigon villages of Yining County, the community leaders together with the police conducted a community survey to review the implementation of the siege system. The fact that the police took a place in this investigation group itself sent a threatening signal to the residents. In this investigation, which was conducted in the village of Langar in Korgas County, the residents were openly threatened that they would be taken to “training” if they broke the siege system.

A public security director in Suidong Township said that people have become accustomed to such threats in recent years, so residents are silently submitting to these threatening measures.

It turns out that unknown drugs being distributed and forced to be used in the name of “health care” are another source of concern that residents can’t get out of their mouths, but can’t get rid of their effects.

According to another village cadre in Langar village, a cream-colored medicine was distributed to the residents. While noting that he did not know the name of the drug, the official noted that the drug was being described by health officials as a “preventive drug.”

Administering unknown drugs to the local Uyghur population has also been seen during the previous two sieges after the spread of the virus. During our investigations, it was also revealed that Chinese companies were taking advantage of the opportunity to sell drugs that were stored in their warehouses. A health officer in Hotan revealed that they were selling a “Zongyi” medicine made in Shizuajang during the siege.

During our last phone interview, it was known that these drugs, whose names and roles are unknown, are not being distributed by health workers, but by village cadres in Yining County.

Dear radio listeners, it turns out that millions of people in the Uyghur region are in camps and prisons, that is, fathers and sons, who are the pillars of the family in the vast majority of families, are in captivity. On the other hand, it has left the residents unable to respond and defend themselves against these types of threats.

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