Police and youth injured in scuffle with Chinese workers

This week, daily newspapers published stories about an offense that happened on August 21 where Chinese workers who were constructing the central laboratory of Specialized Inspections Office in the Khan- Uul District assaulted and injured Mongolian policemen.
On August 25, Undesnii Shuudan Daily published that over 30 Chinese who beat policemen and youth of the ‘Dayar Mongol’ movement were returned to their home country. However, six of the Chinese are being investigated for seriously injuring the policemen. A criminal proceeding has been initiated against them on the grounds that they assaulted and seriously injured policemen. In its August 25 issue, Zuunii Medee Daily published an interview with two members of the Dayar Mongol movement who claimed to have been beaten by the Chinese.

Two members of the movement are now receiving treatment at the Trauma Hospital due to serious injuries. They said the fighting occurred inside a Shoes Factory yard in the Khan-Uul District. A man named ‘M’ said, “I can’t get up and have head injuries due to being hit with a spade.” To the question of why the fighting occurred, he said, “After hearing about the Chinese beating Mongolian policemen, we went to there to hear about the cause. However, they seemed prepared for it and many Chinese suddenly attacked us with iron pipes and spades. There were only eight of us. They attacked us without any talk. We felt the situation and tried to run away; however the yard was locked. We were unable to protest because of being outnumbered. I was in shock and unconscious for a while. At that moment they might think I had died and left, but after few minutes I awoke and when I tried to get up they beat me again. I was not aware of where my other friends were.
On August 25, Ardyn Erkh Daily wrote that on August 21, B. Bat-Erdene and B. Batzorig, security workers of Sky Hypermarket in the Khan-Uul District called police and said they were beaten by Chinese construction workers. When policemen went to the site, the Chinese injured two of the policemen by protesting their demand and beating them with iron pipe, stones and other instruments. Currently, the injured policemen are undergoing treatment at a special hospital for State service employees. source: The Mongol Messenger. newspaper


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