Malaysia: Appeal to Help Stop the Chinese Communist Regime's Atrocities at Sujiatun Is Delivered to Malaysian Government (Photos)
(Clearwisdom.net) On March 27, 2006, practitioners from Malaysia submitted an appeal letter to Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, calling on the Malaysian government to help stop the atrocities that the Chinese Communist regime committed by removing organs from living practitioners' bodies in the secret concentration camp at Sujiatun. On the same day, practitioners also delivered letters to Health Department, Internal Affairs Department and Foreign Affairs Department, to expose the inhuman atrocities at Sujiatun to the administration center of Malaysian government.
Police authorities, media, officials from the Prime Minister's office and reporter came to the appealing conference site
Practitioners came to the Prime Minister's office to submit the appeal letter at 11:00 a.m. The second secretary of the Prime Minister, Tuan Haji Ahmad Yaakob met them, learned about the situation, and promised to pass the letter on to the Prime Minister.
In a speech, a Falun Dafa Association spokesman indicated that the chairman of the Political Consulting Committee of China, Jia Qinglin plans to visit Malaysia, and practitioners sincerely hope that the Malaysian government will urge the Chinese Communist regime to dismantle the Sujiatun concentration camp, and all similar camps.
Outside of the Prime Minister's Office Building, practitioners announced a 24 hour hunger strike beginning at 10:00 a.m. on March 29, to strongly condemn the Chinese Communist regime's inhuman atrocities at Sujiatun.
Practitioners also delivered letters to other governmental sections, seeking their attention to this issue.
Media interviewed and learned the shocking news of the Sujiatun Concentration Camp under the Chinese Communist regime
This appeal drew attention from high levels of the Malaysian government. When practitioners went into the building to deliver the letter, many officials from the Prime Minister's Office Building, police authorities and reporters from the government accompanied the practitioners.