World acknowledges ‘fascist ideology’ imposed in India, says PM Imran
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan slammed the BJP-led authorities on Saturday, tweeting that the “world acknowledges the fascist ideology imposed in India”.
Taking to Twitter, PM Imran tweeted the duvet of the newest version of The Economist which criticises the Modi authorities’s insurance policies. The prime minister mentioned that the world was acknowledging the “anti-democratic and fascist ideology” being imposed in occupied Kashmir and India.
“The world is now acknowledging the anti-democratic and fascist ideology being imposed in IOJK and in India. This is the biggest threat to regional peace and stability. Already 8 million Kashmiris & Muslims in India are suffering because of Modi’s fascist policies,” he tweeted.
The Economist defined the duvet of its newest version, stating that it was all about how Modi had sown division in India by way of his contentious insurance policies. The publication talked about how the Indian authorities had made it simpler for minorities apart from Muslims to realize citizenship.
“At the same time, they want to compile a register of all India’s 1.3bn citizens. Those sound like technicalities, but many of the country’s 200m Muslims do not have the papers to prove they are Indian, so they risk being made stateless,” learn a publish on the web site.
The Economist additional acknowledged that the federal government has determined to construct camps to detain those that have been “caught in the net” which gave the impression to be a step to incite Muslims. “That is electoral nectar for the BJP, but political poison for India,” learn a line from the publish.
The publication states that Modi’s insurance policies threat shedding harmless blood and undermine the secular ideas of the Indian structure. “Mr Modi’s latest initiatives threaten to do damage to democracy,” reads a line from the publish.
Indian citizenship regulation divides India, triggers protests
The Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, handed by the Indian parliament on December 11, presents citizenship to refugees of a number of faiths together with, Hinduism, Sikhism and Buddhism however doesn’t grant the identical to Muslims.
The statute, deemed “fundamentally discriminatory” by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, has triggered widespread protests in India throughout varied cities.
Critics say the regulation is a precursor to a nationwide register of residents that many amongst India’s 200 million Muslims fear will go away them stateless. Many poor Indians wouldn’t have paperwork to show their nationality.
Earlier this month, some 30,000 marched within the southern metropolis of Bangalore, greater than 20,000 in Siliguri and 1000’s in Chennai, whereas massive rallies have been additionally held in New Delhi, Guwahati and different cities.