(Clearwisdom.net) On the afternoon of March 29, 2006, Falun Gong practitioners in Malaysia called for an end to the Chinese Communist regime's (CCP) persecution of Falun Gong in front of the Prime Minister's Office, where the visiting chairman of the CCP's Political Consultative Conference Jia Qinglin would come to visit.
Falun Gong practitioners expressed that the protest activities conducted in the Southeast Asia area, where the CCP's influence is rather large, can shock and frighten the CCP officials who visit the area. "We know Jia Qinglin will visit the Prime Minister's Office, so we come here especially to protest against him and at the same time convey our message to the Prime Minister that we hope he show concern over the persecution of Falun Gong in China."
Police officers and representatives from the Prime Minister's Office came to the protest site. The practitioners told them about the lawsuits against Jia Qinglin for crimes of genocide and torture. The officers were very surprised to hear the news.
Falun Gong practitioners expressed concern that when they held protest or appeal activities, sometimes the police, due to heavy pressure (from the CCP), would require them to leave the protest site, especially when they held protests in front of the Chinese embassy or protest the CCP officials when they came to visit. But the police can always feel Falun Gong practitioners' kindness and peacefulness. They would repeatedly say, "Thank you," and "Sorry" (showing their being helpless but have to ask the practitioners to leave) before the practitioners left. Sometimes the police would enthusiastically greet practitioners as old friends do.
Practitioners stood on alongside busy roadways in front of the Prime Minister's Office and unfurled banners reading, "Falun Dafa is Good," "Stop the persecution of Falun Gong" and "Jia Qinglin is sued overseas for the crime of torture." Shortly after the practitioners unfurled banners, Jia Qinglin's car passed by. The practitioners expressed that they would hold a protest against any CCP official who has participated in the persecution of Falun Gong.