Thanks to the successful and continuous denigration of the Hindu majorities by the Indian media, the Congress lead minority-appeasing political clan and the so called secular and elite intelligentsia, USCIRF, a dubious group of vested Christian interest, camouflaged as some superior certifying body from the USA, has the audacity to blacklist India and equate her with a bunch of other rogue states, like Somalia and Afghanistan.
These are examples of International forces that want to disintegrate India by attacking and dominating the Hindus, her majority population.
They are not happy enough that India is ruled by a Catholic lady, by proxy. They are not satisfied enough that the missionaries are converting poor tribal Hindus by hook or by crook including even at gunpoint. They are not contented enough that India topped the list of countries worst affected by Islamic terrorism (according to a U.S. State Department report), thanks to the USA’s continuous support of Pakistan and indirectly its terror mechanisms. They are only concerned about the rights of the ‘selected’ minorities. It is not their concern that Hindu-minorities, who have been killed and driven out of Muslim- majority Kashmir, deserve the same protection of their religious right.
Knowing the Congress government’s anti-Hindu track record and pro USA stand, one may not be surprised if the the Central government accede to such baseless accusations.
PTI | Washington
The US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) has placed India on its “Watch List” for New Delhi’s largely inadequate response in protecting its religious minorities.
In a statement, USCIRF said India earned the “Watch List” designation due to the “disturbing increase” in communal violence against religious minorities — specifically Christians in Orissa in 2008 and Muslims in Gujarat in 2002 –- and the largely inadequate response from the Indian government to protect the rights of religious minorities.
“It is extremely disappointing that India, which has a multitude of religious communities, has done so little to protect and bring justice to its religious minorities under siege,” said Leonard Leo, USCIRF chair.
USCIRF’s India chapter was released this week to mark the first anniversary of the start of the anti-Christian violence in Orissa.
Any country that is designated on the USCIRF “Watch List” requires “close monitoring due to the nature and extent of violations of religious freedom engaged in or tolerated by the government.”
Other countries currently on the Commission’s Watch List are Afghanistan, Belarus, Cuba, Egypt, Indonesia, Laos, the Russian Federation, Somalia, Tajikistan, Turkey, and Venezuela. USCIRF, which released its annual report early this year had delayed the publication of its India Chapter due to the general elections.