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Chinese atrocities against Uyghur: Demonstrations held in Turkey Uyghur
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Chinese atrocities against Uyghur: Demonstrations held in Turkey

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 06 Feb 2023, 05:15 pm

Istanbul: People in the Turkish city of Saryer marked Ghulja Massacre by walking out on the streets of the region and protested against China’s atrocities towards Uyghur Muslims.

The International Union of Eastern Turkistan NGO Organizations organised the protest demonstration on Sunday. The organization held a massive anti-China protest demonstration followed by a press conference at Saryer, in front of China embassy in Istanbul, reports ANI.

President of the International Union of Eastern Turkistan NGO Organizations, Hidaytullah Oguzkhan, during his speech, was quoted as saying by ANI, “The blood of martyrs will not go waste and asked Muslim Umma (community), especially OIC country members to take note of china’s atrocities in East Turkistan and declare the act as genocide of Uyghur Muslims.”

Protesters were seen demonstrating at the venue and raised anti- China slogans.

They also paid homage to those killed in the Ghulja massacre.

Deputy chairman of the organization in his speech in the English language also reiterated the government of Turkey and other OIC countries to shun the dual standard policy and expose China’s Uyghur Muslim genocide on all international platforms, reports ANI.