China Admits To What ‘India Speaks Daily’ Spoke
India Speaks Daily has been speaking the truth and exposing China’s cover-ups, despite news of Chinese authorities blocking the information dissemination platforms, flying thick and fast.
Friends, we are happy to announce that the Chinese authorities themselves have admitted to destroying early samples of Wuhan virus, which we have been exposing since the outbreak of the pandemic.
It is rarest of rarest acts of China. They never make any such acknowledgments to be precise. Liu Dengfeng an official at the science and education department has confessed Beijing ordering the destruction of early samples of Wuhan virus at unauthorized labs.
Liu Dengfeng said China, not only imposed restrictions on sample experiments, but also prohibited labs from collecting or transporting coronavirus samples.
The health official, however, tried to defend his government’s actions contending that the samples were destroyed for bio-safety reasons and to prevent secondary disasters as per standard practice norms.
The decision was also in line with China’s standard practice for handling highly pathogenic samples, he said.
Li Mingzhu, an official at the international co-operation department of the health commission, also contended that China had adopted World Health Organization’s (WHO) standard practices.
The WHO did not make any request whatsoever to visit the Wuhan lab during their two trips to the virus epicenter. He said WHO delegations visited Wuhan in January and February, but did not even seek permission to visit the Wuhan institute of virology.
The timing of these revelations is significant. The world is getting closer to an independent probe into China’s handling of the outbreak.
Beijing is trying hard to twist every fact to hide its culpability and it won’t hesitate in sacrificing its accomplices to save face. For this, China has given PR task to very popular Hollywood star Jackie Chan in India, to refurbish China’s image.
The World Health Organization must watch out and the world must keep up the pressure.