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'Apprehension' of use of Chinese military in Hong Kong against pro-democracy protesters

Friday - August 16, 2019 1:22 pm , Category : WORLD
A large-scale democracy support movement continues in Hong Kong
A large-scale democracy support movement continues in Hong Kong

Will China Repeat the Bloody History of 1989 Again?

AUG 16 (WTN) -
Reading the title of the article, you must be wondering what had happened in 1989, which China is going to repeat? In order to pacify your curiosity, we give you detailed information about this. First of all, let us tell you what happened in China in the year 1989. Actually, in the year 1989, there were large scale demonstrations in support of democracy in China. Supporters of democracy had said that communist governance in China should be replaced by a democratic system.

The major center of the pro-democracy movement was Tiananmen Square in Beijing, the capital of China. After several days of 'peaceful' demonstrations, Chinese Communist Government had 'suppressed' pro-democracy protest with the help of the military. According to a British archive, the Chinese Communist Government took down Army tanks on the streets against pro-democracy protesters. Around 10,000 common people were killed in this 'brutal action' of the Chinese Army. In the whole world it is called 'massacre' done by the Communist Government of China.

30 years after the 1989 Tiananmen Square 'massacre', once again the whole world is 'apprehensive' that China's Communist Government may once again use the Army to 'suppress’ the agitators protesting against the Government.  Let you know that this time the protest is not taking place in Beijing, the capital of China, but in Hong Kong.

For your information, let you know that since a disputed decision of the Chinese Government, a pro-democracy demonstration in Hong Kong, one of the world's largest cities, has now taken a violent form. After protests on the streets for several days, thousands of protesters have surrounded the airport, after which flight service from Hong Kong has been affected.

Let you know that the pro-democracy demonstration in Hong Kong has been going on for the last 10 weeks. The protest in Hong Kong has intensified following an extradition bill. This new bill is being widely opposed in Hong Kong. According to this bill, if a person comes to Hong Kong after committing a crime in China, he can be taken back to China for questioning.

The Hong Kong Government had moved a proposal in February to amend this law. The proposal to amend the law was brought after an incident in which a man allegedly killed his girlfriend in Taiwan and fled to Hong Kong. In protest of this bill, 'movement' has been going on in Hong Kong for the last several days. Well, for your information, let you know that Hong Kong was previously a dominion of Britain, but since 1997, Hong Kong has become a special administrative region of China.

The way the Communist Government of China ‘suppressed’ the 1989 democracy support movement, something like this is probably going to take place again by the Chinese Government. Following continuous protests in Hong Kong, the Chinese Government has asked the Hong Kong administration to take 'strict action'. Concerned over the protests in Hong Kong for several days, the Chinese Government has labeled the protesters as 'hooligan'. Not only this, the Chinese Government has compared this performance to 'terrorism'.

It is being said that China's Communist Government has also threatened 'military use' to 'suppress' this movement. After the deployment of armored vehicles has done outside Hong Kong city, after which 'apprehension' has been expressed, and it is being said whether the Communist Government of China is going to repeat the history of 1989 Tiananmen Square?

The US President Donald Trump has expressed 'concern' against this move of the Chinese Government by tweeting. In his tweet, Trump wrote, "His intelligence reports that the China may deploy forces near the Hong Kong border to take action on the protesters." While in his another tweet, the US President Trump said, “Why he is being held responsible for the ongoing protests in Hong Kong? Trump said, "Many people are blaming me and the US for the ongoing problems in Hong Kong. I can't think why after all?"

Here, in view of the continuous protests in Hong Kong, the Indian Government has also issued an advisory for its citizens. The Government of India has told its citizens that Indian citizens should avoid going to Hong Kong and choose another route to avoid any kind of trouble. For your information, let you know that in terms of jobs, trade and tourism, thousands of Indian citizens visit Hong Kong every year.

The world's eyes rest on the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. The whole world is watching how China's Communist Government deals with democracy support protesters in Hong Kong. If the news is true that military armored vehicles have been deployed near Hong Kong city, then the whole world is 'apprehensive' that whether China's Communist Government is going to 'suppress' Hong Kong protesters like it had done in 1989 with pro-democracy protesters in Beijing at Tiananmen Square.

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