The report released by the United Nations Human Rights called for an immediate international response to allegations of torture and other rights violations in Beijing’s campaign to root out terrorism.
The worse life of Uighur Muslims in China
China (China) Once again, the atrocities being committed on Uighur Muslims have been exposed in front of the world. United Nations (United Nations) has said in its report that the forced detention of people of the Uighur community and others in Xinjiang, China, may come under the scope of a crime against humanity. The report released by the United Nations Human Rights called for an immediate international response to allegations of torture and other rights violations in Beijing’s campaign to root out terrorism.
It has been claimed in the report that the situation of Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang province is very bad. Here Uighur Muslims are badly tortured. About 10 lakh people living here have been kept in ‘re-education camp’ which is no less than a jail. The report claimed that the United Nations team prepared it only after talking to the people living there. The United Nations has claimed that it has strong evidence that Uighur Muslims are being persecuted in Xinjiang. It has been claimed in the report that women are forcibly raped. They are forcibly asked to take off their clothes. On the other hand, in the name of family planning, forced sterilization of men is done.
White House said, the report raises the concern of the world
White House Press Secretary Karen Jean-Pierre said the report is proof that Uighur Muslims and other minority communities are being brutally persecuted in China. He said that information has been coming in the past about atrocities happening in China, but this time the report that has been given is going to increase the concern of the world.
UN claims – China had requested to stop the report
UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet has rejected China’s request to withhold the report. This report has come after Bachelet had traveled to Xinjiang in May. China argues that the report is part of a campaign by Western countries to tarnish its reputation. The report has triggered a tug of war with Western countries over the rights of the region’s native Uighurs and other major Muslim ethnic groups. Western diplomats and UN officials said the report was almost ready, but it was released minutes before the completion of Bachelet’s four-year term. This report of the Bachelorette has been stamped by the United Nations and its member countries. After its release, a debate broke out over the influence of China in the world body.