Muslim women are being deported to detention camps to keep Chinese ethnic and religious minorities in the interior. British media reported on the former detainees, and the Nikkei Asian Review in Japan reported such reports. Gulbahar Jelilova, a woman, said that they often used injections on our bodies. He was detained for more than a year at these detention camps in the far western Xinjiang area under the name of a training center. "We have to get our hands out through a small gap in the door," Gulbahar said. Soon after the injection I realized that our period had closed. Most of the time after being detained, a 5-year-old woman had to spend half a dozen women in a small room about 5 to 20 feet. They have to spend their days living in a ghastly manner. A 4-year-old woman also gave this information during a video call at a program by Amnesty International, a human rights organization in Tokyo, Japan. The Uighur woman, Mehergul Tursun, is currently living in exile in the United States. He was given unknown drugs and injections when he was interned at the camp in the 27th. "I've been feeling tired for weeks," Mehergul said. I lost my memory and became depressed. Four months after I was diagnosed as a mental illness, I was released. Later, US doctors said he had become infertile. Human rights groups have said that China has forcibly detained one million Uighurs, Kazakhs and other minorities in the camps. Researchers claim that these installations are similar to prisoners of war. People have been detained at detention camps as part of a campaign planned for cultural genocide and social change. The Chinese government is trying to make these camps a boarding school. Where detainees are provided vocational training. And the country's second largest economy is calling the news of torture a fake.