According to the ‘Tibet Times,’ on September 27, a Tibetan man surnamed Ou Zhu Tsering provided food items to a local nursing home in Jiulong County, Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan province. On the way home, several local police officers arrested him. The cops in the local police station violently attacked and tortured him to death the next day. 

According to Chinese police, Tsering’s supplying food and drinks to the elderly in nursing homes showed contempt for the government officials’ caring responsibility. Therefore, the authorities accused and punished him for showing dissatisfaction with the government. 

Police detained Tsering in Ganzi prison in the west of Sichuan province.

The police did not explain the cause of Tsering’s death. In addition, the local authorities blocked communication channels. It’s unknown whether the deceased’s body has been given to the family and other specific circumstances. 

Before passing away, Tsering was a taxi driver and a living supporter of his family. He passed away and left behind his 78-year-old mother, a wife, and two children.

In a press conference on September 28, Qiu Baoli, a spokesman of China’s Ministry of Public Security, reported the ‘Hundred Days Action.’ The operation had resolved 640,000 criminal cases. There were more than 1.43 million criminal suspects in custody.

On June 25, China’s public security organs conducted the ‘Hundred Days Action’ to combat and improve general security in the summer. 
On September 23, Radio Free Asia (RFA) reported that Lhasa, the capital of the Tibet Autonomous Region, was like hell on earth. After being infected at various quarantine centers, several Tibetans were waiting to die. An insider told RFA that people starve to death due to a lack of food supplies.

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