Home News The Sixth Plenary Session of the Central Committee will go to Beijing to start cleaning up petitioners | National Bureau of Letters and Calls | Interception

The Sixth Plenary Session of the Central Committee will go to Beijing to start cleaning up petitioners | National Bureau of Letters and Calls | Interception

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[Epoch Times October 30, 2021](The Epoch Times reporter Li Xi interviewed and reported) The Sixth Plenary Session of the 19th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China will be held in Beijing on November 8. According to news from Beijing petitioners, Beijing will Clean up petitioners. Yesterday (29), a petitioner went to the National Bureau of Letters and Calls to line up and was driven away. The petitioners were not allowed to register, and the hotel was not allowed to stay.

On October 30, Ma Bo, a long-term petitioner from Heilongjiang in Beijing, told The Epoch Times, “Beijing’s Fangshan District began to search house-to-house for rented houses in the past two days. On November 1st, Beijing wants to clear the petitioners, and the stability maintenance staff of my household registration place informs them. Let me go back.”

According to the information provided by Mr. Yu, the little brother of Beijing Express, there was no one passing by the National Bureau of Letters and Calls at 8 o’clock in the morning on the 29th. He made a video showing that the army was intercepted at all intersections outside the National Bureau of Letters and Calls.

Mr. Yu is engaged in express delivery work in Beijing, petitioning while he is working, and he will always be subject to local stability maintenance when he encounters a sensitive day. On October 29, Mr. Yu told the Epoch Times reporter, “I am still in Beijing. Someone in our area has called me, and I don’t know what will happen later.”

Petitioners from Sichuan and Shandong were intercepted when they entered Beijing on a car

In the early morning of October 30, Sichuan petitioners Lin Chaojun, Li Guiying, Ji Tengfu and Shandong petitioner Li Shuqing were kidnapped by a group of criminals on the train entering Beijing.

On October 30, Ji Tengfu told the Epoch Times reporter, “At 3:50 this morning, three criminals were forced to search us in the second carriage and failed. When we sat at Shijiazhuang Station, we were kidnapped by a large group of criminals. Get off the bus, now on the way back to Chengdu.”

On October 30, Li Guiying told the Epoch Times reporter, “We were in Beijing to petition, and we were kidnapped on the train. Now we are taken home individually. Six people came to our place, and I am on the train back to Jianyang.”

The reporter called Lin Chaojun’s cell phone because of poor signal and could not make a call. The cell phone used to dial Li Shuqing has been turned off.

Sichuan petitioners Lin Chaojun, Li Guiying, Ji Tengfu and Shandong petitioner Li Shuqing were kidnapped by a group of criminals on the train entering Beijing. (Provided by the respondent/video screenshot)

Chengdu intercepts visits to early morning bus station to kidnap petitioners

Xiong Kejin, a Sichuan petitioner who had been in Beijing for a week, left his residence at 4:30 in the morning on October 29 and was walking towards the bus station. He was about to line up to the National Bureau of Letters and Calls to swipe his card. He suddenly rushed out of a car silently behind him and got off. A group of unidentified people said: “Pick you home and go back to talk.”

On October 30, Xiong Kejin told The Epoch Times, “I don’t know those people. I searched my body as soon as I got into the car, and even touched my chest. I searched all my bags and threw them next to them. They are like gangsters. The same. I was taken to a hotel in Chengdu for quarantine. They told me to do three nucleic acid tests for 14 days in quarantine. They asked me to cooperate with my work.”

In addition, Xiong Xiaoqin from Sichuan was also forcibly kidnapped and taken back by local interceptors in Beijing on October 26.

Xiong Xiaoqin also posted on her Weibo that: Ma Guang, the petitioner director of the Baohe Sub-district Office in Chenghua District, Chengdu, has kidnapped Xiong Xiaoqin back to Chengdu with the evil forces in Beijing. Returning to Chengdu to report to the police, Huang Ke, the policeman on duty at Baohe Police Station of Chengdu Public Security Bureau Chenghua District Bureau, made the transcript and did not give the case receipt.

Editor in charge: Lin Yan#

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