06:04 Chinese youths abroad are wanted by relatives who call public security and laugh at netizens



Wang Jingyu, a Chinese young man living overseas, questioned the number of deaths and injuries in the Sino-Indian conflict and was wanted by the Chinese. He dialed the overseas phone to ask the Chinese police about the cause and charges, but the police did not say that he only skipped the needle and asked him to surrender to his country.  (The picture on the left is AFP, the picture on the right is taken from Wang Jingyu's Twitter)

Wang Jingyu, a Chinese young man living overseas, questioned the number of deaths and injuries in the Sino-Indian conflict and was wanted by the Chinese. He dialed the overseas phone to ask the Chinese police about the cause and charges, but the police did not say that he only skipped the needle and asked him to surrender to his country. (The picture on the left is AFP, the picture on the right is taken from Wang Jingyu’s Twitter)

2021/03/03 06:04

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[Instant News/Comprehensive Report]The Chinese government announced the number of deaths and injuries in the Sino-Indian border conflict last month, but it has been repeatedly questioned. Wang Jingyu, a 19-year-old Chinese young man who was living overseas, was wanted by the Chinese for raising objections, but was not informed of the cause of the case. He called Vietnam. The foreigner called the Chinese police. Unexpectedly, the other party either refused to answer, or “jumped needles” to ask him to surrender to the crime. The exposure of the video made netizens laugh.

According to a report by Radio Free Asia, Wang Jingyu, who has a green card in the United States, questioned the number of deaths and injuries in the Sino-Indian conflict overseas. He also said that “The People’s Liberation Army died well and the Indians did a good job.” He was wanted by the Chinese government, but he did not know himself. What was the crime? He was dumbfounded by the response of the wanted Chinese police when he released a video of overseas phone calls through Twitter and personally asked the wanted Chinese police officer.

Wang Jingyu first called the Chongqing Municipal Public Security Bureau and asked the “cops and policemen” about the cause of the crime and the crime. During the two-minute conversation, the policeman who answered the phone repeatedly “jumped needles” and repeated the sentence: “If you think you have not broken the law, you Go to the Public Security Bureau to clarify, and go to the court to clarify.” He felt quite helpless as he didn’t hear Wang Jingyu’s inquiry, but the other party still insisted on refusing to disclose the case and kept asking him to visit the Public Security Bureau in person.

Wang Jingyu dialed the Public Security Bureau of Shapingba District, Chongqing City, Net Security Detachment, and China 110 to report the case, but the police who answered the call ignored his enquiry, and some even asked him to hang up while waiting for a reply, and then directly locked him. Wang Jingyu finally had nothing to do with his overseas number, saying, “Why do the police call me like this? Two days ago, you called me and asked me to surrender. As soon as I exposed you, why would you stop talking when I called? Oh? I am “criminal, you are the police, what are you afraid of me doing?”” The netizens laughed over.



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