The history and reports of China’s human rights violations in Xinjiang have prompted growing worldwide criticism.
Last updated on September 20th, 2023 at 11:10 am
The history and reports of China’s human rights violations in Xinjiang have prompted growing worldwide criticism. The Chinese authorities are compelling a developing number of Tibetan rural workers off the land, an exclusive Reuter’s report stated.
The Chinese Authorities are constructing military-style training centers, where workers are going to be trained for factory work, added the report.
According to the policy papers from the govt department in Tibet’s procurement demands published during 2016-2020 were later reviewed by the Reuters. Beijing has founded quotas for the mass transfer of rural workers within Tibet and to different regions of China.
The document also states that the Tibetan government notice reveals that around 15 percent of the populace had experienced the training program within the underlying seven months in 2020 are moved to jobs inside Tibet, and thousands are sent in several areas to work in low-cost jobs, like construction and textile companies.
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As per the Xinjiang paper, the Tibetan program is suspected to be a method of accomplishing president Xi Jinping’s objective of eradicating poverty. “It is now, the strongest and targeted coercion on traditional Tibetan livelihood, said Adrian Zenz, who is an independent researcher for the Jamestown Foundation.
Reuters collaborated with Zenz’s report and found more organizational reports, policy records, including State media report that further explains the labor program in Tibet. the main document reveals that there are abundant similarities between the Xinjiang coercive training centers and the Tibetan mass labor program, Zenz added.
In a statement to Reuters, China’s Foreign Ministry and Beijing have firmly denied any participation in forced labor and reinstated that workers are properly treated and compensated under Chinese law.
“We hope that the world community will discern what’s right or wrong”, the statement included. However, journalists and human rights activists are heavily restricted to inquire about these training camps, the Reuter’s report revealed.
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