In May 1992, Mr. Hada and other Mongol students and intellectuals established the Southern Mongolian Democracy Alliance (SMDA) and Mr. Hada became the chairman.
He and the SMDA published an underground journal, The Voice of the Southern Mongolia and he also finished a book, The Way Out for the Southern Mongols. In his book, he stated the true facts of what the chinese communist government has done to the Mongols of Inner Mongolia, including the following:
He pointed out in his book that the only way out for the Southern (Inner) Mongols is to stand up and fight for their legitimate rights given by the constitution of the people%u2019s republic of china.
In 1995, he and the SMDA organized several peaceful demonstrations in the capital city of Inner Mongolia to demand the chinese government to materialize the rights of the Mongols written in the constitution of the china as well as in the self-government Constitution of the Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region.
After organizing a demonstration and school strike among the teachers and students in the universities and colleges of Hohhot in Dec. 1995, Mr. Hada and other dozens of Mongols, including his wife Xinna and his brother Has, were arrested by the authorities. On Dec. 6, 1996, after a year of detention without trial, he was charged with the crimes of separatism and espionage for Mongolia and sentenced to 15 years in jail. His appeal was rejected a month later and currently, he is imprisoned in the No. 4 prison of Inner Mongolia, in city of Ulaan-Hada(chi feng).
He has serious health problems, such as stomach ulcer, coronary heart disease and rheumarthritis. Despite the Hada family's continuous demand to give him appropriate medical treatment, his illness remains untreated and his health is deteriorating.
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