Halchem ​​Pazil, 78, has been sentenced to 17 years in prison and is serving his sentence in Changji Women's Prison.

Halchem ​​Pazil, 78, has been sentenced to 17 years in prison and is serving his sentence in Changji Women's Prison.  The verdict, which severely punished five women from a family in Korla, stated that Khalcham Pazil had been sentenced, but his sentence was not mentioned and it was not clear where he was serving his sentence. During our correspondent's telephone interviews with the relevant authorities in Korla and the Changji Women's Prison, it was confirmed that she had been sentenced to 17 years in prison on charges of "disturbing public order" and was serving a sentence in the 4th Sanji Women's Prison.  The Korla Municipal People's Court also sentenced a woman named Halcham Pazil, 78, born in 1944, to life in prison in a sentence handed down to five women in a family in Korla. The verdict states that Halchem ​​Puzzle was charged with "inciting national discrimination" and "disorderly conduct in public." The fact that he was involved in so-called "illegal propaganda" and "provided a platform for this propaganda" is a testament to his so-called "crime." The verdict states that Khalcham Pazil has a primary education level and resides in the Chilanbagh Street Authority in the city of Korla, where he committed the so-called "crime" in the second floor of the Korla Old Market Brothers Hotel.  Based on this information, we called Korla. Authorities have not yet commented on the exact identity and address of Halchem ​​Puzzle.  The verdict described her as an "illegal evangelist" and said she had gone abroad, and Ms. Khalchigul Mehmet, who currently lives in Turkey, said that Halcham Pazil had raised her 7 children well and joined the community, her husband passed away 10 years ago and her grandchildren have been living since then. She is a lady.  Ms. Khalchigul Mehmet also said that she had not seen any signs of political interest in the imprisoned Khalcham Puzzle. Surprisingly, the verdict did not specify when the other convicts would begin or end their sentences, but said of Halcham Pazil, "his sentence is calculated from the date of execution of the sentence." We also called the Sanji Women's Prison, which confirmed that two of the five inmates in the family had served their sentences the previous day, and asked for information about Halchem ​​Pazil's condition.  One of the concerned prison officials revealed that according to the ID number we provided, Khalcham Pazil was serving his sentence in the 4th ward of the prison. He also confirmed that Halchem ​​Puzzle was 78 years old this year and that he had been sentenced to 17 years in prison.  According to Ms. Khalchigul, a Turkish immigrant from Korla, who was referred to as a "fugitive convict" in the case, Halcham Pazil came to Turkey in 2015 or 2016 and returned from Hajj in Mecca.  The Korla municipal court ruled that his "participation in the preaching" and "providing the venue" were "criminal facts," but his ruling did not mention his visit to Turkey or his pilgrimage. Our previous investigations revealed that most people were cut off only for foreign visits and pilgrimages. So it is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

Halchem ​​Pazil, 78, has been sentenced to 17 years in prison and is serving his sentence in Changji Women's Prison.


The verdict, which severely punished five women from a family in Korla, stated that Khalcham Pazil had been sentenced, but his sentence was not mentioned and it was not clear where he was serving his sentence. During our correspondent's telephone interviews with the relevant authorities in Korla and the Changji Women's Prison, it was confirmed that she had been sentenced to 17 years in prison on charges of "disturbing public order" and was serving a sentence in the 4th Sanji Women's Prison.

The Korla Municipal People's Court also sentenced a woman named Halcham Pazil, 78, born in 1944, to life in prison in a sentence handed down to five women in a family in Korla. The verdict states that Halchem ​​Puzzle was charged with "inciting national discrimination" and "disorderly conduct in public." The fact that he was involved in so-called "illegal propaganda" and "provided a platform for this propaganda" is a testament to his so-called "crime." The verdict states that Khalcham Pazil has a primary education level and resides in the Chilanbagh Street Authority in the city of Korla, where he committed the so-called "crime" in the second floor of the Korla Old Market Brothers Hotel.

Based on this information, we called Korla. Authorities have not yet commented on the exact identity and address of Halchem ​​Puzzle.

The verdict described her as an "illegal evangelist" and said she had gone abroad, and Ms. Khalchigul Mehmet, who currently lives in Turkey, said that Halcham Pazil had raised her 7 children well and joined the community, her husband passed away 10 years ago and her grandchildren have been living since then. She is a lady.

Ms. Khalchigul Mehmet also said that she had not seen any signs of political interest in the imprisoned Khalcham Puzzle.
Surprisingly, the verdict did not specify when the other convicts would begin or end their sentences, but said of Halcham Pazil, "his sentence is calculated from the date of execution of the sentence." We also called the Sanji Women's Prison, which confirmed that two of the five inmates in the family had served their sentences the previous day, and asked for information about Halchem ​​Pazil's condition.

One of the concerned prison officials revealed that according to the ID number we provided, Khalcham Pazil was serving his sentence in the 4th ward of the prison. He also confirmed that Halchem ​​Puzzle was 78 years old this year and that he had been sentenced to 17 years in prison.

According to Ms. Khalchigul, a Turkish immigrant from Korla, who was referred to as a "fugitive convict" in the case, Halcham Pazil came to Turkey in 2015 or 2016 and returned from Hajj in Mecca.

The Korla municipal court ruled that his "participation in the preaching" and "providing the venue" were "criminal facts," but his ruling did not mention his visit to Turkey or his pilgrimage. Our previous investigations revealed that most people were cut off only for foreign visits and pilgrimages. So it is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.


Drugs of more than RM3.5 million were seized in 3 days nationwide  The Bukit Aman Narcotics Criminal Investigation Department (JSJN) seized a total of 212.6 kilograms (kg) and 1,199.2 liters of various types of drugs estimated to be worth more than RM3.5 million, after detaining 5,200 people through Special Screening Ops nationwide from Jan 21 to 23.  JSJN director Datuk Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay said those detained in the joint operation with the state police contingent consisted of 4,987 men and 213 women aged between 13 and 60 years.  "During the three -day operation, the police at the same time managed to detain 942 drug addicts who also involved minors. A total of 129 suspects are foreigners. The same operation also raided 367 nests of addicts, "he said at the JSJN press conference in Bukit Aman, today.  He said all those detained were being investigated under Sections 39B, 39A (2), 39A (1), 39C, 12 (2), and 6 of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952, apart from Section 30 (3) of the Poisons Act 1952 and the Dangerous Drugs Act. Special Preventive Measures (LLPK) 1985.  Ayob Khan said police also seized a 'Revolver' firearm during an operation in Perak, apart from homemade rifles in Sarawak and Negeri Sembilan respectively, along with several rounds of ammunition.  Also seized were cash amounting to RM333,766; jewelery worth RM41,540; 34 vehicles worth RM1.58 million; and 69 motorcycles worth RM391,700.  Ayob said the operation would continue in all contingents, in addition to the Drug Jihad Program in an effort to combat the threat of drugs among the community.

Drugs of more than RM3.5 million were seized in 3 days nationwide


The Bukit Aman Narcotics Criminal Investigation Department (JSJN) seized a total of 212.6 kilograms (kg) and 1,199.2 liters of various types of drugs estimated to be worth more than RM3.5 million, after detaining 5,200 people through Special Screening Ops nationwide from Jan 21 to 23.

JSJN director Datuk Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay said those detained in the joint operation with the state police contingent consisted of 4,987 men and 213 women aged between 13 and 60 years.

"During the three -day operation, the police at the same time managed to detain 942 drug addicts who also involved minors. A total of 129 suspects are foreigners. The same operation also raided 367 nests of addicts, "he said at the JSJN press conference in Bukit Aman, today.

He said all those detained were being investigated under Sections 39B, 39A (2), 39A (1), 39C, 12 (2), and 6 of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952, apart from Section 30 (3) of the Poisons Act 1952 and the Dangerous Drugs Act. Special Preventive Measures (LLPK) 1985.

Ayob Khan said police also seized a 'Revolver' firearm during an operation in Perak, apart from homemade rifles in Sarawak and Negeri Sembilan respectively, along with several rounds of ammunition.

Also seized were cash amounting to RM333,766; jewelery worth RM41,540; 34 vehicles worth RM1.58 million; and 69 motorcycles worth RM391,700.

Ayob said the operation would continue in all contingents, in addition to the Drug Jihad Program in an effort to combat the threat of drugs among the community.



Call on Burmese military leader not to invite BIMSTEC conference  Senior General Min Aung Hlaing at the 2012 Armed Forces Day celebrations in Naypyidaw. Justice for Myanmar Chairman of the Coup d'état, Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, has criticized the possibility of representing Burma at the 5th Leaders' Conference of the Bay of Bengal Economic and Technological Cooperation (BIMSTEC) to be hosted by Sri Lanka on March 30.  BIMSTEC has been in contact with the military council since the military coup, and if the United States is allowed to represent Senior General Min Aung Hlaing at the next summit on behalf of Burma, the United Nations has decided not to allow the UN and its military leader to attend the summit.  According to some Bangladeshi media reports, the Burmese side has already confirmed that BIMSTEC will attend the upcoming summit, but the military council has not yet officially confirmed it.  The next summit will ratify the BIMSTEC agreement, which will focus on technology transfer; It will be an important conference as it will also bring legal and diplomatic agreements.  In June last year, BIMSTEC released a message from the country's leaders for BIMSTEC Day, referring to Senior General Min Aung Hlaing as the Prime Minister and Chairman of the Myanmar Administrative Council. Last December, military councils took part in BIMSTEC military exercises hosted by India. Justice For Myanmar points out that representatives of the military council have attended many BIMSTEC meetings on behalf of the country.  Justice for Myanmar has called for a halt to the legitimacy of the coup d'état, as BIMSTEC's involvement has prompted police to step up its military operations.  The BIMSTEC group includes India, which is connected to the Bay of Bengal; Nepal Bhutan Bangladesh Myanmar, The group's administrative offices are in Bangladesh, Thailand and Sri Lanka. Located in Dhaka.

Call on Burmese military leader not to invite BIMSTEC conference


Senior General Min Aung Hlaing at the 2012 Armed Forces Day celebrations in Naypyidaw.
Justice for Myanmar Chairman of the Coup d'état, Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, has criticized the possibility of representing Burma at the 5th Leaders' Conference of the Bay of Bengal Economic and Technological Cooperation (BIMSTEC) to be hosted by Sri Lanka on March 30.

BIMSTEC has been in contact with the military council since the military coup, and if the United States is allowed to represent Senior General Min Aung Hlaing at the next summit on behalf of Burma, the United Nations has decided not to allow the UN and its military leader to attend the summit.

According to some Bangladeshi media reports, the Burmese side has already confirmed that BIMSTEC will attend the upcoming summit, but the military council has not yet officially confirmed it.

The next summit will ratify the BIMSTEC agreement, which will focus on technology transfer; It will be an important conference as it will also bring legal and diplomatic agreements.

In June last year, BIMSTEC released a message from the country's leaders for BIMSTEC Day, referring to Senior General Min Aung Hlaing as the Prime Minister and Chairman of the Myanmar Administrative Council. Last December, military councils took part in BIMSTEC military exercises hosted by India. Justice For Myanmar points out that representatives of the military council have attended many BIMSTEC meetings on behalf of the country.

Justice for Myanmar has called for a halt to the legitimacy of the coup d'état, as BIMSTEC's involvement has prompted police to step up its military operations.

The BIMSTEC group includes India, which is connected to the Bay of Bengal; Nepal Bhutan Bangladesh Myanmar, The group's administrative offices are in Bangladesh, Thailand and Sri Lanka. Located in Dhaka.



Nearly 13 tons of defective and harmful goods were found in markets nationwide in January   Nearly 13 tonnes (12.42 tonnes) of defective goods were found in markets across the country in January.  According to the daily report of the General Department of Consumer Protection, Competition and Anti-Fraud, most of the defective goods are Seafood, which contains chemicals and lotions. Authorities found most of these defective goods near the Vietnamese border, such as Takeo, Kampot and Svay Rieng.  Authorities from January  17 to 21 found more than 8 tons ( 7,752 kg ) of fresh shrimp imported from Vietnam through the Prek Chak border crossing in Kampot province . G ) contains jelly-like chemicals injected into shrimp heads , which the authorities say harms the health of consumers and consumers alike. Strong.   In Svay Rieng province , in early January , the same authorities found more than 3 (3,243.28 kg ) sold in the market in this province . . Defective goods are also found in Phnom Penh, Kandal, Tbong Khmum, Kampong Chhnang, Kampong Speu, Koh Kong, Kratie, Battambang , Oddar Meanchey and Ratanakkiri .  Authorities claim that the defective goods were confiscated and burned, and that the owners were fined.  At the same time, the Ministry of Health in January banned the sale or distribution of 16 non- existent products. Registration number from the Ministry of Health, but is on sale on Facebook. These products include cosmetics, medicines, health supplements, food products and arthritis sprays.  Ministry of Health calls on all citizens to stop using or buying unscientific and unprofessional food products posted on Facebook Authorized by the Ministry of Health. The ministry warns that using these items will affect both health and money.  In the past, people were worried about chemical foods and were selling in markets where people could not or not , that is, until the authorities have the authority to control the quality of food . But in response, Prime Minister Hun Sen blamed the people for not looking at themselves, cursing or blaming the government.

Nearly 13 tons of defective and harmful goods were found in markets nationwide in January



Nearly 13 tonnes (12.42 tonnes) of defective goods were found in markets across the country in January.

According to the daily report of the General Department of Consumer Protection, Competition and Anti-Fraud, most of the defective goods are Seafood, which contains chemicals and lotions. Authorities found most of these defective goods near the Vietnamese border, such as Takeo, Kampot and Svay Rieng.

Authorities from January  17 to 21 found more than 8 tons ( 7,752 kg ) of fresh shrimp imported from Vietnam through the Prek Chak border crossing in Kampot province . G ) contains jelly-like chemicals injected into shrimp heads , which the authorities say harms the health of consumers and consumers alike. Strong. 

In Svay Rieng province , in early January , the same authorities found more than 3 (3,243.28 kg ) sold in the market in this province . . Defective goods are also found in Phnom Penh, Kandal, Tbong Khmum, Kampong Chhnang, Kampong Speu, Koh Kong, Kratie, Battambang , Oddar Meanchey and Ratanakkiri .

Authorities claim that the defective goods were confiscated and burned, and that the owners were fined.

At the same time, the Ministry of Health in January banned the sale or distribution of 16 non- existent products. Registration number from the Ministry of Health, but is on sale on Facebook. These products include cosmetics, medicines, health supplements, food products and arthritis sprays.

Ministry of Health calls on all citizens to stop using or buying unscientific and unprofessional food products posted on Facebook Authorized by the Ministry of Health. The ministry warns that using these items will affect both health and money.

In the past, people were worried about chemical foods and were selling in markets where people could not or not , that is, until the authorities have the authority to control the quality of food . But in response, Prime Minister Hun Sen blamed the people for not looking at themselves, cursing or blaming the government.

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