India should get together with Taiwan and Japan to fight against Communist party of China, say pro-democracy activists
In a first of its kind initiative, human rights’ scholars, defenders and persecuted communities of China came together to raise their voice against the Chinese Communist Party and demand democracy.
New Delhi based think tank Law and Society Alliance organized a webinar titled ‘Global campaign for Democratic China: Uniting against Chinese Communist Party’s Repressive Regime’ on the occasion of China Day. 1st October is celebrated as the National Day of China commemorating the formal establishment of the People’s Republic of China.
The webinar was held on this particular day to launch a vehement critique against the atrocities inflicted by the Chinese Communist Party on their own people as well as various other groups including Tibetans and to urge the world community to unite against the dictatorship of the Chinese Communist Party and raise demands for democracy in China.
The participants also emphasized that India has a major role to play in the fight against Communist Party of China. As a responsible and democratic country, India should unite with Asian countries like Taiwan and Japan to fight against the CCP.
Special Appointee for Human Right at The Tibet Bureau Thinlay Chukki said, “Today China is celebrating the 71st establishment of its foundation. The establishment of a country generally brings about joy to people. However, China’s establishment has led to the persecution of 1.2 million Tibetan and the destruction of 6,000 monasteries. They are working towards the total sinicization of Tibetans.
The participants also condemned the atrocities inflicted by the Chinese authorities on Uighur Muslims in China saying that around one million to three million Uighurs have been kept in concentration camps. The systematic torture and abuse of Uighurs by the Chinese Communist Party is something that is known across the world. And yet, the international media keeps its distance from the issue. India’s left liberal media too including newspapers like The Hindu remains silent on the issue of Uighurs.
Former Union Minister and MLA from Arunachal Pradesh Ninong Ering also spoke at the webinar. He began by applauding the initiative of holding such a discussion on the necessity of bringing democracy to China and said that this is a positive sign that the world‘s democracies are now coming together to tackle China.
China’s Communist Party under the leadership of the country’s President Xi Jinping has recently come under strong criticism, even from within the party. Jinping’s autocratic style of functioning and his total disregard of any opposing viewpoints is something that even the party members feel deeply uncomfortable about. The voices that demand democracy for China are becoming increasingly vocal. And for the Chinese Communist party, these are difficult times as the world’s critical glare is now fully on China, especially after the coronavirus pandemic.
The Hong Kong pro democracy protestors last year unnerved the Chinese government to such an extent that it had to impose a National Security Law in Hong Kong. But the Hong Kong citizen revolution demanding democracy is far from over. As even people from mainland China join the chorus for democracy and China faces the censure of the international community for its imposition of National Security law in Hong Kong, things are only going to get even more difficult for the Chinese Communist Party.
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