Haridwar Hate Speech: US Parliament may hear on ‘call for genocide of Muslims’

Haridwar Hate Speech: The issue of ‘Dharma Sansad’ held in Haridwar and Raipur recently and hate speeches against the minority Muslim community in Delhi can be discussed in the US Parliament.

According to the news published in the English newspaper The Telegraph, Indian expatriate groups living in the US as well as international organizations like Genocide Watch and Amnesty International are trying to hear in the US Parliament on the call related to the genocide of Muslims in India.

Haridwar Hate Speech

Let us tell you that recently the American Holocaust Museum has placed India at second place in the list of countries at risk of mass murders. Since then such efforts have gained momentum.

Gregory Stanton, president of Genocide Watch, has given information about this at a parliamentary briefing organized by organizations associated with the overseas Indian community.

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He said, “We will demand a parliamentary hearing by the bipartisan Lantos Human Rights Commission. The purpose of this hearing will be to pass a resolution in the US Parliament to give a warning to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government that they should not accept calls related to genocide. Provocation, which is a crime in itself, has to be stopped.”

Talking on the issue of hate speeches, he said that genocide is not an event but a process.

The Lantos Human Rights Commission is a parliamentary human rights caucus dedicated to the defense of universal human rights declared by the United Nations.

Stanton has also told that the US Commission on International Religious Freedom, which has been seeking to mark India as a ‘country of particular concern’ for the past two years, may also hear the issue.

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