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World Table, Amar Ujala, Beijing

Posted by: Keerthivardhan Misra
Updated Sun, 17 Oct 2021 03:51 PM IST

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According to a Chinese police officer, any Uyghur Muslims held captive by security forces in Xinjiang are tied to a chair for torture.

A Chinese police officer has given details of the atrocities committed against Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang, China.
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Cases of human rights abuses continue to emerge in China under the dictatorial leadership of President Xi Jinping. Millions of Uyghur Muslims have been persecuted for years, especially from Xinjiang in western China. Many victims of this excessive escape from the Chinese regime have already presented details of crimes against themselves and fellow Uyghur Muslims. However, now a Chinese policeman has revealed the brutal torture carried out on Uyghur. In an interview with the British media company ‘The Mail’, the Chinese policeman has revealed many startling information. Although the officer submitted several documents and evidence clarifying the ways of crimes against Uyghur Muslims in China, information about the identity of the policeman and the location of his interview was not released. According to this Chinese policeman, all Uyghur Muslims arrested by security forces in Xinjiang have been tied to a chair for torture. It starts with beating them up. The policeman, identified as Jiang in the interview, was initially locked up in a closed room by the Uyghurs, where police kicked and punched them in the back. People lose their lives in most of these tortures. According to the reporter who interviewed him, the former Chinese policeman also demonstrated torture methods. In most cases, he said, people lose their eyesight from being beaten. The next stage of torture is to prevent the victims from falling asleep. They are beaten to the point where they lose consciousness even after a little sleep, and then they are brought back to consciousness and beaten again. Many policemen use hammers to break victims’ legs so that they temporarily depend on others. In the third phase of torture, Jiang said, currents are applied to the genitals of Uyghurs. One method of torturing women is to put their hands in handcuffs and then repeatedly slap their hands on the table. After a few minutes his hands were bleeding. He said he had seen many 14-year-old children fall victim to this torture. Uyghur children in particular are being punished for being Muslims. The policeman who released this information is said to be only 39 years old and he comes from the family of a Chinese policeman. According to The Mail, the evidence handed over to him by the policeman included several photographs, documents related to police torture and an order to President Xi Jinping’s 2015 officers, who oversaw Shi Uyghur and were questioned. Jiang said he would be arrested if an Uighur complained of his poverty or asked to leave Xinjiang. To prevent Uyghur Muslims, a police checkpoint is set up every 300 to 500 steps in the city and they are constantly informed to follow the rules and regulations and maintain the unity of the nation. Although the three Uyghurs are seen wandering around together, the police ask them to go separately and anyone with a grown beard faces criminal investigation. Apart from this, youths are also jailed for 10-10 years for posting Islamic videos on social media. The policeman said that the Chinese Communist Party’s campaign against the Islamists was so extensive that the government wanted to control the people with it. With the end of Islam, the government wants to destroy their traditions and beliefs and change the identity of the Uyghurs.

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Cases of human rights abuses continue to emerge in China under the dictatorial leadership of President Xi Jinping. Millions of Uyghur Muslims have been persecuted for years, especially from Xinjiang in western China. Many victims of this excessive escape from the Chinese regime have already presented details of crimes against themselves and fellow Uyghur Muslims. However, now a Chinese policeman has revealed the brutal torture carried out on Uyghur.