The States has asked serious outcomes over reports of systematic rape and torture of women inside China’s camp for the Uighur Muslim minority. Moreover, the state department of the US has stated that it was deeply shaken by the horrors. However, China’s foreign ministry vehemently denied the false report on Wednesday.
It specified allegation of mass rape, sexual exploitation and torture.
A spokesman of the US states department stated that they are deeply disturbed by the reports. Including first-hand affirmation of systematic abuse and torture against women internment camps for ethnic Uighur and other Muslims in Xinjiang.
He further added that the atrocities shock the morals and to the deal the matter with severe consequences.
Marise Pane, Australia’s Foreign Affairs Minister also commented on the report.
She also stated that they consider clarity to be of utmost significance and continue to urge China to allow foreign observers. Including, Michelle Bachelet to e provided with prompt meaningful and loose access to Xinjiang at the speediest possible moment. Michelle is currently the UN High Commissioner of Human Rights.
Human rights group says that the Chinese government has gradually peeled away the religious and other rights of Uighurs. Completing an oppressive system of mass inspection, detention, brainwashing, and even forced sterilization.
The Chinese government has consistently dismissed the charges of human rights abuses in Xinjiang. Instead, they have stated that the camps were not detention centres but vocational education and training centres.
On Wednesday, China’s foreign ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin accused the BBC news network of making a fake report entirely without any factual data.