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Three labour activists arrested in China on Public order Charges
Three labour activists arrested in China on Public order Charges

Three labour activists arrested in China on Public order Charges

The Human Rights group has said that China has arrested atleast three prominent labour activists in grounds of violating public orders. The Hong Kong based labour rights group said that this is one of the latest steps by the Chinese government for cracking down on the civil society. Wu Guijun, Zhang Zhiru and He Yuancheng, the trio had been detained in the southern city of Shenzhen that was near Hong Kong over a month. The police in Shenzhen was not ready to comment immediately on the arrests even when they were contacted over phone.

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