New Great Wall of China at Xinjiang to Protect Border from Militant Infiltration


China going to Build New Great Wall near Xinjiang due to hundred of people have killed in Xinjiang over a few years in violence. Xinjiang is violence-prone area of china. Violence between Uighurs, a mostly Muslim people who speak a Turkic language, and the ethnic majority of Chinese. For protecting from violence and infiltration of militants from the outside country. Going to build a great wall near Xinjiang .

“We will try our best to leave no gaps or blind spots in social security management and ensure the key areas remain absolutely safe,” he said at the opening of the regional assembly’s annual session.

Xinjiang governor Shohrat Zakir said Xinjiang would step up border measures to create a“Great Wall”, the official China Daily reported.

“The overall situation was stable in 2017, which made people feel safer,” he said. “We won’t allow separatism to stage a comeback and will ensure religious extremism never rises again from the ashes and terrorist attacks are doomed to failure.”


The “Great Wall” comments were similar to those President Xi Jinping made last year during the annual session of the country’s parliament, where he told Xinjiang lawmakers of the need to build a “great wall of iron” to safeguard stability.

Xinjiang has been relatively quiet over the past year or so after a spate of incidents, which has coincided with a massive increase in security, including collecting DNA and other biometric data from the whole population.

To meet this goal, the government will continue to deepen severe specialist operations, such as guaranteeing absolute security of key areas and the “normalization” of preventative measures in society, Zakir said.

China blames the violence in Xinjiang on Islamist extremists and separatists, some of whom it says have links to groups outside the country.Rights groups and Uighur exiles say it is more a product of Uighur frustration at Chinese controls on their culture and religion. China denies any repression.