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Pakistani lawyer arrested after filing assault complaint against 3 HK policemen


The Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) annexation of HK has created a CCP police state!

CCP and HK government are in BREACH of UN obligations including ICCPR, Joint Declaration and the rule OF law : Today communist HK only has CCP's arbitrary rule BY law as exemplified by its 1 July 2020 unconstitutional 'national security law'.

At the bottom of the HK barrel are all minority groups : HK government has legalized race discrimination against ethnic minorities : i.e. proving there is no rule OF law in HK !


Example, 8 May 2020 death in police custody of a HK Permanent Resident Indian Sikh man - in a murder similar to African American George Floyd - when at least 3 HK policemen pressed their knees against the Sikh man's neck and back. HK policemen knew they could get away with killing him, so they did!


The UN international standard required for all States treatment for ethnic, religious, linguistic and other minorities is the United Nations (UN) "Declaration on the Rights of Persons Belonging to National or Ethnic, Religious and Linguistic Minorities". HK does not comply!

ICCPR's Article 2 (format added) is included in HK legislation 'HK Bill of Rights Ordinance':

"1. Each State Party to the present Covenant undertakes to respect and to ensure to all individuals within its territory and subject to its jurisdiction the rights recognized in the present Covenant, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status.."

A HK NGO's 2018 submission to 'International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination' (CERD) gives an overview of issues including the failings of HK's RDO:

The only current anti-race discrimination HK legislation is the “Race Discrimination Ordinance” (RDO) which significantly does NOT include racial discrimination by HK Government employed Police Officers!

This was highlighted in 2016 HKSAR Court action against the Police by Mr. Arjun Singh, a HKSAR minority Permanent Resident. The Court did not find that under RDO the Police provides a “service”. This highlights a key weakness in the RDO, as it is the only Ordinance amongst the four HKSAR anti-Discrimination Ordinances that does NOT mention that it is unlawful for the Government employed Police to discriminate against persons on the grounds of race in the performance of its functions or the exercising of its powers.

HKSAR Teachers University HKIEd’s study “Research on Poverty of Ethnic Minority Children in Hong Kong” of December 2015 “..The study also shows that the poverty risk of ethnic minority families is closely associated with the problem of assimilation….Through analyzing the 2001 and 2011 Hong Kong Population Census data, we found that families from South Asian, Other Asian and Other Racial groups have experienced an increase in poverty rates between 2001 and 2011, whereas the poverty rate of Chinese families has decreased during the same period. Among the South Asians, the Pakistani had the highest poverty rate in both 2001 (49.1%) and 2011 (59.6%).” “For all ethnic minorities, second generation immigrants have a higher risk of poverty than first generation immigrants.”

This HKIEd article findings is supported in HKSAR Government reports on minorities poverty as the situation is getting worse for ethnic minorities communities. The rate of ethnic minorities living below the poverty line had risen from 15.8 per cent in 2011 to 19.4 per cent in 2016. High rates of poverty for families means that in these minorities communities there is a disproportionate number of children facing serious welfare issues including housing, nutrition, healthcare, education, etc.

In pursuit of their nationalist objectives the CCP and HK government will increasingly target and blame anyone and everyone else for their failings : All 'foreigners' and other minorities in HK will increasingly be targetted until CCP is removed.

Pakistani lawyer complains about being assaulted by three police officers is then arrested for 'misleading' police officers

Apple Daily 25 May 2021 (Google translator)

A Pakistani practising lawyer filed a complaint with the police on November 24 last year [2020], claiming to be assaulted by three police officers and accusing the police officers of misconduct. The [Complaints Against Police Office] CAPO immediately launched an investigation and found that the complainant had provided false information and misled the investigators. After the police sought advice from the Department of Justice, the complainant was arrested today, suspected of misleading police officers, and the case was referred to the Second Team of the Complaints Against Police Office, Kowloon for follow-up.

The incident occurred on November 24 last year. Pakistani lawyer 'C' (pseudonym) went to the Tsim Sha Tsui Police Station to accompany an arrested person to make a statement, but the other party said that he was unwell and went to the hospital and C was about to leave the police station. While waiting for the elevator, he claimed that when he returned to the room at the request of a female police officer, a male police officer suddenly approached and shouted in Cantonese. Since C was not fluent in Cantonese, he asked the police interpreter to translate and asked why the police officer sounded so rude. The interpreter explained that the police officer was only loud, but the police officer stepped forward to swear in Cantonese a few seconds later. C then pointed out that the police officer approached him and threatened to arrest him.

C later alleged that the police officer had threatened to arrest him "for any reasons they want," and was surrounded by 7 to 8 plainclothes policemen. After that, 3 police officers took him away from the scene. Two of them grabbed his arm, and one pressed his neck, "like a prisoner." When C was detained from the elevator, he felt that someone hit him on the back. After he was released, his back and arms felt pain, and he went to the report room to complain and asked the police to take pictures of his injuries. At that time, his arm had a red mark and his elbow was slightly scratched. He was then sent to Queen Elizabeth Hospital for medical examination and was granted 3 days of sick leave.

C repeatedly asked for the name of the relevant police officer and the request was rejected. In the end, he could only fill in the M and F representing the gender in the "Police Officer Complained" column on the form. Then the CAPO took over the investigation. C claimed that the police did not investigate. It is difficult to trace the relevant police officers' [identification] information. It was also said [by the police] that there is no CCTV coverage in the police station except for the report room and the duty officer's office. At that time, C stated that he did not have confidence in CAPO, nor did he believe the police claim that "there was no closed-circuit television."

C emphasized that all feasible methods would be used to investigate the matter to the end and [he] would not rule out private prosecution.

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