Villagers use gas tanks to protest forced relocation | Human Right | China | Epoch News

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The government of Luolong District in Luoyang City, Henan Province, issued a notice in May that it will relocate the subordinate Liu Fu Village for two months. The villagers indicated that the relocation procedure is totally illegal. Some residents even took gas tanks up to their roofs to protest the forced demolitions.

The notice also mentioned that those who do not cooperate in the relocation will be dealt with in accordance with the law. However, the residents of Liu Fu Village indicated that the local government did not follow legal procedures in the relocation.

Residents of Liu Fu Village have gone to the State Council of China and left messages at Henan Provincial Government Website and Provincial Disciplinary Commission Website to reflect the problem, but there is no reply as yet. Mr. Li indicated that violent demolition and relocation happen too often, they really don’t know where to go to find solutions.

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