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Family Member of Inner Mongolian dissident Harassed by Polices

A wife ofthe southern Mongolian Democratic Alliance's chairman was harassed by lice officers for 10 Days during President, Zhang, Zemin, visit to Huhhot)

  Reported by Huiyan Zeng

NEW YORK, February 10, 1999 (World Journal) - During The Chinese President, Jiang Zemin's ten day visit to Huhhot, the capital city of Inner Mongolia, and the industrial city, Baotou in January, the ethnic Mongolian dissidents and the intellectuals were put under close surveillance by the Chinese police and the public security forces, said Inner Mongolian dissident, Enhebatu in New York.

On February 9th, the wife of Hada, Xinna, the Southern Mongolian Democratic Alliance's chairman, said during the telephone conversion with Enhebatu. From January, 21 to February 1, the Chinese authority in Inner Mongolia sent a half dozen police vehicles and undercover police officers in the surrounding areas of Xinna's house and put her and her family members under 24 hour surveillance. Even her relatives and friends were questioned and scrutinized by the Chinese police when they come to visit Xinna's house. These unlawful activities by the Chinese police brought an enormous difficulty to Xinna's daiily life.

Under the tremendous pressure, Xinna called the Chinese Public Security Bureau in Inner Mongolia and demanded them to take away their police officers and vehicles from her private property. However, the Chinese authority ignored Xinna's request. On the contrary, they sent a female police offiicer to Xinna's house to live in 24 hours and closely monitor every moment of hers.



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