The country has long been criticized for oppressing minority Uighur people in Xinjiang province, China. But China has always denied the allegations. However, some rare documents of torture have been leaked. President XiJinping has said that no exemption will be given in Xinjiang to suppress separatism and extremism.
The US Daily New York Times first reported the news last Sunday, citing the document. The media also published some of the leaked documents on their website. The New York Times has not commented on the report by the Chinese central and provincial governments of Xinjiang.
Foreign experts and human rights organizations have long been saying that more than 1 million Uighur ethnic people have been detained in those detention camps in Xinjiang. Most of them are Muslim. However, China claims that these are not detention camps. These are the modifiers.
But in the latest 7-page document in the New York Times, incredible information about the Chinese Communist Party’s controversial campaign has emerged. The report also contains unpublished statements of various leaders, including the Uighur population control, surveillance, and Si Chin Ping. This shows that the Communist Party has also been dissatisfied with the operation in Xinjiang province. An unidentified man has leaked the document from Chinese politicians. He hopes that the release of this document will not prevent Chinese leaders, including Xi Jinping, from taking responsibility for the controversial operation.
According to the documents, militants attacked a train station in Xinjiang on May 25, killing five people. After that, the central government goes into a difficult situation. At that time, President Xi Jinping ordered the use of ‘dictatorial powers’ and ‘no exemption’ to take the most effective measures against ‘terrorism, intrusion, and isolationism.’ Through his directive on the Uighurs called the sword. Chen Qiangu became the head of the Xinjiang Province branch of the Communist Party. Since then, the number of detention camps has increased. Initially, in Chen 20, Si Chin used Ping’s statement as a weapon to carry out the operation. He urged the officers to ‘arrest all those who can be detained.’
Documents have also emerged from the communist party’s opposition to the oppression of the Uighurs. This shows that the party punished a leader named Wang Yinzhi for not following the party’s instructions. Investigations were also made against him on 23 and 26. Because, in his initiative, he released more than seven thousand people from the detention camp.