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RIOTS IN EASTERN TURKESTAN
The Chinese magazine, Zheng kng, published in Hong Kong, wrote in its July 1, 1991 issue, that armed rebellions had taken place in May and June in Chogchek, close to the USSR in Northern Eastern Turkestan. The aims of these rebellions were said to be independence, the right to organize political parties and the localization of troops.
According to the information a city government building was occupied by armed crowds for 36 hours and demands were made to hand over power.
The Peoples Liberation Army (PLA), brought from Urumchi, surrounded the crowds and fierce gun fighting erupted. According to official reports over 140 East Turkestanis were either killed, wounded, arrested or surrendered. Chogchek has remained closed to tourists from outside cities since 20 May.
On June 11 and 12 3000 people gathered before the city government building in Bole City and demonstrated for the democratic election of Bole leaders. By the afternoon of June 12 demonstrators had set fire to and begun stoning Government buildings. The city was placed under martial law.

GENERAL ON MILITARY'S ROLE
During an interview with a reporter from an Urumchi TV network, Lieutenant General Hamit Tursun, the deputy political commissar of Eastern Turkestan Military District, said that the military had four important tasks to fulfill in Eastern Turkestan, but the most important was defense of the borders. He said, "Armed forces stationed in Xinjiang must be aware of the great strategic significance of Xinjiang, which shares 6,400-km long boundaries with six countries. This being the case, while defending the border areas, our armed forces must safeguard the peaceful labor of people in Xinjiang."

PUBLIC SECURITY DIRECTOR ON SPLITTISM
Dong Yangyu, Public Security Director of Eastern Turkestan, said during a recent interview with the Beijing publication Remnin Gongan Bao that the struggle for and against splittism has always existed in Eastern Turkestan. Moreover, he added, the relaxation of political and ideological education over the last few years had made the struggle against national splittism more complicated.
According to Dong Yangyu, a handful of intellectuals stubbornly clinging to their national separatist positions and people carrying out national separatist activities disregard the facts and deny the historical fact of the formation and development of harmonious relationships among all nationalities in China, and the flesh and blood ties among them. In order to split the region they resort to rumor mongering to confuse and poison people's minds. On the other hand, hostile forces outside the borders send their men to the region to carry out activities in a vain attempt to collaborate with domestic hostile forces and stir up trouble. The Chinese official concluded that there were, however, more favorable conditions and a more powerful force for safeguarding the motherland's unity and opposing national splittism than ever before.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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