China Warns Canada Over Uyghur Genocide Issue

China Warns Canada Over Uyghur Genocide Issue

Canada’s Parliament subcommittee called out China over Uyghur genocide issue and called for human rights-related sanctions. This has angered China.

Reacting over the issue of Uyghur minority genocide in Xinjiang, Chinese spokesperson Zhao Lijian stated –

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The sub-committee of the Canadian parliament neglects the fact of political stability, economic growth, ethnic solidarity and social harmony in Xinjiang. Its groundless statement is full of lies and disinformation. This is blatant interference in China’s internal affairs and reflects those Canadian individuals’ ignorance and prejudice,

China has repeatedly made clear our stern position on Xinjiang. Xinjiang-related issues are not at all about human rights. The so-called genocide in Xinjiang is a rumour and a farse fabricated by some anti-China forces to slander China.

China has repeatedly made clear our stern position on Xinjiang. Xinjiang-related issues are not at all about human rights. The so-called genocide in Xinjiang is a rumour and a farse fabricated by some anti-China forces to slander China.

Earlier, Canada‘s Parliament subcommittee stated –

Witnesses were clear that the Government of China’s actions is a clear attempt to eradicate Uyghur culture and religion,

In recent times, the news of Uyghur genocide has been highlighted against China by many world countries. China is indulged in repressive measures against the ethnic Uyghurs. Uyghurs were restricted to their religious and cultural identities as well as mass detention and surveillance.

Also, read | Uyghur Turks, Muslims Are In Trouble With China’s Genocide

Human rights abuses in China are always high. International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) has brought the Chinese government usage of technology to control Uyghur Muslims worldwide.

China Warns Canada Over Uyghur Genocide Issue

The Turkic Muslim group, Uyghurs is a home for around 10 million which makes up around 45% Xinjiang region’s population. From a long time, Uyghurs were accusing the Chinese authorities of discrimination against their cultural, religious and economic treatment.

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