Beijing: The troubles of the Chinese youth who put their government in the dock due to violent clashes in the Galwan Clash last year, are not being named. The Communist government of China is trying to bring this 19-year-old student back at all costs, so that he can be punished for raising his voice. Under this, Wang Jingyu was recently arrested in Dubai while on his way to America. However, he was also released as soon as the case took hold, but the threat has not been postponed.
Help was sought from the international community
According to Radio Free Asia (RFA), Wang Jingyu, who left China in April, was detained by the Dubai police during transit, after which he sent a message to the international community on May 20 for help. Wang was arrested by police officers in plain uniform when he landed at Dubai International Airport to catch a connecting flight to New York.
China is in danger of being sent
The RFA says that Wang Jingyu may also face extradition to China. Significantly, in the clash that took place on 15 June last year, 20 Indian soldiers were martyred. Whereas, after about eight months, China had revealed that four of its military personnel were killed and one officer was injured. Wang then publicly questioned on social media why the Chinese government waited for six months to give information about the deaths of Chinese soldiers.
‘You will say something only after investigation’
He was tortured after Wang questioned the government. Because of which he left for Istanbul. At the same time, when the Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin was questioned on the arrest of Wang Jingyu in Dubai, he said, ‘The competent Chinese authorities are investigating the matter according to the law. There should be no speculation about this incident. We are investigating and something can be said after that.
Hand of Chinese Government!
Speaking to RFA’s Mandarin service in the United Arab Emirates, Wang Jingyu said that he was detained shortly after the plane landed in Dubai. Jingyu says that the allegations against me are being aired. The Chinese government may be behind my detention and I may be forced to return to China on the pretext of a criminal case.