Deepak Dubey Intern Journalist: The US Parliament (Congress) passed a bipartisan bill against brutal atrocities on ethnic minorities by China. The bill would ban Chinese officials torturing Uygar and other ethnic groups in the western Xinjiang region. There is a lot of news about atrocities against the Uygar community. However, after the move, relations between the US and China are expected to increase.
Let us know that preparations were going on for a long time in the US Parliament. The bill had already been passed by the Senate, simply requiring the signature of President Donald Trump. Both the parties and the opposition voted together in this bill against China in the US Parliament. Republicans and Democratic members of Congress spoke in support of the bill. No one spoke against it, and it passed by a 413–1 vote. It is clear from the voting that both the opposition and the US are unanimous about the atrocities on China’s Uygar community.
Human rights groups say at least one million Uyghurs and other Turkish-origin Muslims have been forced to live in camps in Jianjiang province, northwest of China. They are beaten and tortured in these camps. Also, their brainwashing is done.
Speaker of the US House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi said that if the US would not say anything about human rights violations happening in China in view of trade interest, we would lose the right to say anything under morality anywhere in the world. At the same time, Texas Republican and House China Task Force President Michael McCall said that the atrocities against Uygars and other mostly Muslim ethnic groups in Jingjiang should be called “cultural genocide”.