More than 38 thousand Indian citizens live in Hong Kong. Macau region in particular has a large number of overseas Indian citizens.
Geneva| Worldwide opposition to the implementation of the National Security Act by China in Hong Kong has intensified. After several countries including America, Britain, Europe, India has also expressed concern over China’s stand in this matter.
Rajiv K. Chander, Ambassador of India and Permanent Representative to the United Nations, said at the United Nations, “Hong Kong is home to a large number of expatriate Indians who consider it their home.” In the interest of the Indian community, we are keeping a close watch on the recent developments. In recent times, many worrying information has come up on this issue.
According to a report, more than 38 thousand Indian citizens live in Hong Kong. Macau region in particular has a large number of overseas Indian citizens. Massive protests have erupted in Hong Kong since the enforcement of the disputed National Security Act by China. The Chinese police have arrested over 300 people.
Many countries including America, Europe, Britain came out in protest
There is a worldwide protest over China’s new law. The US has said that it will not sit quietly and will not allow China to take away its independence by imposing arbitrary law on Hong Kong. At the same time, China has told foreign critics that this is their internal matter, no one else should stand in it.
The US State Department said, “The Communist Party of China has imposed an arbitrary and harsh national security law. This would end Hong Kong’s autonomy and independence. This will also destroy China’s achievement.”
According to the Foreign Ministry, Hong Kong has shown the world that independent Chinese people can achieve a lot. In addition to being a successful economy in the world, it also offers the example of being a society of diversity. Earlier, the US announced a ban on the export of defense equipment and technology to Hong Kong.