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Justice: India Sued China for 20 Trillion Dollars

Radio France International reported, based on multiple sources that the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) in India and the All India Bar Association (AIBA) have filed a complaint in the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) seeking $20 trillion as reparations from China over the global spread of the coronavirus.

The petition was based on China’s legal liability on committing “grave offences against humanity” under the “Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts, 2001.”

ICJ President Dr. Aggarwala has urged the UNHRC to investigate and direct the government of the People’s Republic of China to “adequately compensate the international community and member-states, particularly India, for surreptitiously developing a biological weapon capable of the mass destruction of mankind throughout the world and also for serious physical, psychological, economic and social harm caused to these states due to the inaction and negligence to respect its international obligations.”

As per the filed petition, the COVID-19 pandemic was a “conspiracy of Chinese government aimed at catapulting itself to the position of a superpower in the World and undermining other countries through (the use of) biological warfare.”

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Excerpt in Chinese:

印度地缘政府和国际关系学术期刊《Great Game India》报道,国际法学家委员会(International Commission of Jurists, ICJ)和印度律师协会已向联合国人权理事会提出申诉,就武汉肺炎病毒蔓延全球,给世界人民造成严重的身体、心理伤害,以及巨大的经济和社会危害,要求中国作出赔偿。

据印度律师协会主席兼国际法学家委员会主席阿加瓦拉(Adish C. Aggarwala)在诉状中写道:“鉴于中共秘密开发大规模杀伤人类的生化武器,我们谦卑地祈求,联合国人权委员会可以要求和命令中共,向国际社会及其成员国,尤其是印度,作出应有的赔偿。”




Source: Radio France International, April 5, 2020中国/20200405-印度上联合国人权理事会控告中国隐瞒病毒致全球蔓延-索赔20万亿美元