India : Violent commotion during the demolition of mosques and madrassas, curfew imposed India : Violent commotion during the demolition of mosques and madrassas, curfew imposed

India : Violent commotion during the demolition of mosques and madrassas, curfew imposed

India : Violent commotion during the demolition of mosques and madrassas, curfew imposed

The Dhami government of Uttarakhand has been taking action against Muslims in the state since its arrival. In the name of Land Jihad and Love Jihad, there are frequent riots in Uttarakhand. The latest case is in Haldwani area where the Municipal Corporation in Bunpholpura area today allegedly bulldozed an illegal madrassa. This was followed by a clash between the police and the locals.

It is alleged that stone pelting started on the police force. People surrounded Banphoolpura police station from all sides. The situation became such that the mob also set fire to the police vehicles. After the situation worsened, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami called a high-level meeting. According to the report, the Uttarakhand police have also ordered to shoot the perpetrators on sight.

While Volkswagen was involved in Uyghur forced labor, BASF was involved in the Uyghur genocide

One of Germany's largest multinational corporations, Volkswagen, has long been the target of criticism for its alleged involvement in Uyghur forced labor. BASF, one of Germany's largest chemical companies that has built a factory in Korla, has become the object of severe criticism as its partner, a Chinese company called Marco, was involved in the kidnapping of Uyghurs in Korla.

On February 6, Germany's ZDF TV channel "National surveillance in China: How did BASF get involved?" By releasing the video, the Chinese company Marco, a partner of BASF, actively coordinated with the Chinese government in the 2018 mass abduction of Uyghurs in Kurla, claiming that the company directly participated in the night abductions, causing a great uproar in German society.

Before that, on February 2nd, one of Germany's leading political magazines, "Enek" magazine, asked, "What is the degree to which German companies are involved in the system in Xinjiang?" He published a special article entitled BASF's involvement in the Uyghur genocide, which caused a great impact. On February 6, the magazine also published an article titled "Members of Parliament Ask BASF to Withdraw from Xinjiang," stating that BASF is facing strong criticism in Europe.

 According to Zumratai Free, the leader of the program, BASF, which has been criticized for years for being "involved in forced labor" in East Turkistan, is also involved in the Uyghur genocide. triggered by

"National Regulation in China: How BASF Got Into It?" According to the film, in 2018, during the outbreak of kidnappings in the Uyghur region, the Chinese government failed to train Chinese cadres to directly lead the kidnappings, and involved some Chinese company officials and some local Uyghurs and Kazakhs in these activities. Officials from a Chinese company called Marco, BASF's partner, also played an active role in the kidnapping.

According to the film, the Chinese government distributed a list of abductees to them, assigned two staff members to each house, and arrested many Uyghurs overnight and sent them to camps. 10,000 of the 40,000 people in the area where BASF is located were abducted. Gulpia Kazebek, a camp witness who was directly involved in the 2018 abduction, who now lives in Malta, told ZDF that the Chinese regime also set up a special children's camp for children whose parents were abducted. Terrified by such brutal abductors, local residents would wear thick clothes at night, fearing that "it might be my turn," and would lie down anxiously waiting for them to be snatched away by the intruders.

 The director of the Berlin office, Mr. Ghayur Kubat, said that the Chinese regime's inability to train state officials and Chinese businessmen to kidnap Uyghurs shows how racist China has become. In his speech, after the news about BASF's involvement in the Uyghur genocide was published in the media, he issued a statement strongly condemning the company and requesting a direct meeting with its leaders.

In the film, Dr. Adrian Zenz, senior researcher of the American Victims of Communism Fund, Reinhard Buttikofer, the chairman of the EU China-EU Relations Committee, and Michael Brand, the spokesman for the German Parliament's Human Rights and Humanitarian Aid Committee, who commented on the incident, said that BASF should be removed from this land where serious crimes against humanity are being committed. It is stated that he insisted that he should withdraw immediately, even if he remained. Michael Brand said: "It is a terrible story for BASF and for Germany that a company that was nailed to the pillars of history during the Nazi era is once again an indirect partner today in a system that snatches thousands of innocent people from their homes and imprisons them in forced labor camps."

According to Mr. Anwar Ahmet, an analyst of the situation in Germany, BASF's involvement in the Uyghur genocide caused a very bad effect in Germany. Mr. Martin, the owner of the company, was obliged to answer various questions because of this. But BASF leaders have previously said they have not seen evidence of their partners being involved in kidnappings of Uyghurs.
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