Oct. 10 Rights Defending Updates
Let ‘s pay attention to today ‘s rights defending activities.
Thousand Protest On Bikes In Henan, Blocking City Government
On Oct. 9, 1400 employees at the Henan Yinge Industrial
Investment Co.,Ltd protested against the company refusing
to give any compensation after forcibly dismiss workers
during the moving of factory.
Protesters rode their bikes to protest and surrounded the
city government of Luohe City in Henan.
Hundreds of Yinge employees striked the day before,
blocking the traffic for nearly 10 hours.
They were dispersed by riot police eventually.
Hundreds of Creditors Protest In Loudi of Hunan Province
On Oct. 9, hundreds of creditors at 4 companies, including
Hunan Loudi Baixiongtang Hi-tech Agricultural, put up banners
in front of Loudi City government, urging the government to
help them retrieve their “lost" money.
Lots of police suppressed the protesters, arresting many.
Later on, creditors sat quietly in front of local public security
bureau, requesting to release the arrested protesters.
2 people hadn ‘t been released by the morning of Oct. 10.
Creditors of over 20 companies have hosted many protests
since April because their raised funds couldn ‘t be cashed.
Hundreds Employees in Shenzhen Beaten During Pay Strike
From Oct. 8 to 10, hundreds of workers at Yaoxing Technology
in Shenzhen City of Guangdong Province striked for 3 days
against the company deducting and owing workers’ wages.
Heavy police and riot police restrained the workers from protest.
Many workers were beaten during the clash with police.
Yunnan Migrant Workers Ask For Pay
Hospitalized From Being Beaten
A property company in Kunming City of Yunnan Province
owed migrant workers over 20 million yuan in wages.
After many times asking for pay without result,
the migrant workers put up banners
at the developer ‘s building on Oct. 9.
Many security guards wearing helmets and holding shields
beat up the workers, two of whom were hit by security guards
with wooden sticks with metal nails on them.
The two passed out with blood on their heads,
and were sent to the hospital emergency rescue.