Forced labor was confirmed to be going on five days a week in Chaga village in Chira County : China Forced labor was confirmed to be going on five days a week in Chaga village in Chira County : China

Forced labor was confirmed to be going on five days a week in Chaga village in Chira County : China

Forced labor was confirmed to be going on five days a week in Chaga village in Chira County : China

The village secretary said, "I haven't gone home for three months, and I'm leading the ``Khalisana'' workers! Today, I took about 400 people from our village to ``Khalisana'' labor. »

According to "Doin" from social media, a farmer in Chaga Village, Chira County, Hotan was forced into forced labor on January 8, 2024. He died of illness on the way back from work. After authorities refused to accept responsibility for his death, the family consulted a law firm to resolve the matter legally. From the interview, it was revealed that the residents of this village are engaged in forced labor every day for free.

We called the police station of the small village mentioned in the interview to clarify the truth of this information. The officer mentioned that forced labor continues in the village and that they are monitoring the labor site to protect the farmers' "safety".

The village secretary of Chaga Town, Chaga Village, revealed that he had taken about 400 people to forced labor on Monday (April 29). He said that there are 1,436 people in this village, and almost all of the labor force is involved in forced labor. From his statements, it appears that this forced labor continues not only in Chaka village, but also in other villages.

The information in "Doin" stated that the deceased was taken to the neighboring village in a sick state due to the arrival of the investigative team. The secretary noted that two cadres from the county are currently serving in his village. He also revealed that the forced labor had been going on for a long time by stating that he had come from another village to do duty and had not returned home for three months.

Unwilling to answer our questions about whether or not sick and weak people are involved in forced labor, the secretary refused to comment on the incident in his village on January 8 this year, "a man died after returning from forced labor." But he did not deny that such an incident had occurred. When we asked him the name of the person, he stated that he would only answer when we met face to face.

The secretary told residents on April 29 that the ongoing forced labor was more about stability than economic efficiency.

In a phone interview in 2014, it was revealed that the forced labor called "Dulkun Hashar" is still going on in Aksu Shayar, and this labor is being carried out in order to keep people's minds from thinking about "unwanted" things. 

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  2. According to "Doin" from social media, a farmer in Chaga Village, Chira County, Hotan was forced into forced labor on January 8, 2024. He died of illness on the way back from work. After authorities refused to

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