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Journalist jailed for 11 months sentenced for revealing Corona’s secret, can’t even survive, brother exposed!

World Desk, Amar Ujala, Beijing

Posted by: Subhash Kumar
Updated Friday, 05 November 2021 6:46 PM IST

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In December last year, a Shanghai court sentenced Jan to life in prison on charges of causing trouble and trouble. This is a commonly used accusation in political matters.

Chang is on the verge of death after engaging in a hunger strike against punishment.
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Journalist Zhang Jan, who published the first few reports of a corona virus outbreak in Wuhan, China, is in danger. He has been in prison since May 2020, where his health continued to deteriorate. It has now been revealed that Zhang, who was on a hunger strike against his own sentence in prison, is nearing death. Following this, the journalist’s family has sought the help of human rights organizations to release him from prison.

In December last year, a Shanghai court sentenced Jan to life in prison on charges of causing trouble and trouble. This is a commonly used accusation in political matters.

A lawyer who spoke to the journalist’s family a few days ago said Zhang was too weak from a long hunger strike. Even after this there was a demand for his release. But Chinese officials, strictly speaking, refused to release Zhang.

John was admitted to the hospital in July
The journalist was admitted to hospital on July 31, according to a message sent by Zhang’s mother to a group on Chinese social media in August this year. It was then revealed that his weight was less than 40 kg. Now John’s brother Zhang Soo has announced from his Twitter account that his sister has lost a lot of weight and will not be able to live long. Sue said John will not be able to survive next winter.

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Journalists and human rights organizations around the world have expressed concern about Zhang Jan’s condition. The imprisonment of a journalist has been described as a shameful attack on human rights. Jong’s close aide said his family had appealed to authorities to reunite him for three weeks. But so far the authorities have not given any answer. Shanghai prison officials also did not release any information about Jong’s health.

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Journalist Zhang Jan, who published the first few reports of a corona virus outbreak in Wuhan, China, is in danger. He has been in prison since May 2020, where his health continued to deteriorate. It has now been revealed that Zhang, who was on a hunger strike against his own sentence in prison, is nearing death. Following this, the journalist’s family has sought the help of human rights organizations to release him from prison.

In December last year, a Shanghai court sentenced Jan to life in prison on charges of causing trouble and trouble. This is a commonly used accusation in political matters.

A lawyer who spoke to the journalist’s family a few days ago said Zhang was too weak from a long hunger strike. Even after this there was a demand for his release. But Chinese officials, strictly speaking, refused to release Zhang.

John was admitted to the hospital in July

The journalist was admitted to hospital on July 31, according to a message sent by Zhang’s mother to a group on Chinese social media in August this year. It was then revealed that his weight was less than 40 kg. Now John’s brother Zhang Soo has announced from his Twitter account that his sister has lost a lot of weight and will not be able to live long. Sue said John will not be able to survive next winter.

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Journalists and human rights organizations around the world have expressed concern about Zhang Jan’s condition. The imprisonment of a journalist has been described as a shameful attack on human rights. Jong’s close aide said his family had appealed to authorities to reunite him for three weeks. But so far the authorities have not given any answer. Shanghai prison officials also did not release any information about Jong’s health.