Riots all over China! University student in Wuhan was ‘taken away by 3 policemen’ on the street | International | Sanli News Network SETN.COM

International Center / Reported by Lin Ruien

▲The police arrested people on the street. (Image / Summary from @xinwendiaocha Twitter)

Recently, following the fire in Urumqi, Xinjiang, many Chinese people have started to feel disgust for the CCP’s zero-clearing policy, and protests have occurred in various regions that have attracted the attention of the international community. Earlier, on the streets of Wuhan, it was reported that a young woman was forcibly taken away by at least three men who appeared to be police officers.

The police arrested people on the street.  (Image / Summary from @xinwendiaocha Twitter)

▲The police arrested people on the street. (Image / Summary from @xinwendiaocha Twitter)

This wave of protests in China is not limited to the major city of Shanghai, including Wuhan, Chengdu and other places. There have been protests of various sizes. The news in question was immediately blocked on the Weibo wall platform, but there are still many videos Through Twitter Let more people see it.

Previously, on the streets of Wuhan, there was a young woman who took to the streets to protest and express her demands, but she was arrested by three men in fluorescent vests suspected of being a police officer, and they took her to a dark place off a side alley. The process was very violent. .

In addition to this university student, so-called “silent demonstrations” also took place on the streets of Wuhan, in which many people showed blank papers to express their demands.

An image circulated on Twitter shows that a large number of Wuhan residents took to the streets to protest.  (Image / Summary from @xinwendiaocha Twitter)

▲ A picture circulated on Twitter, a large number of Wuhan residents took to the streets to protest. (Image / Summary from @xinwendiaocha Twitter)

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