The United States is monitoring the rise of human rights abuses in India, Blinken said

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken. Cameron Smith’s official White House photo via Flickr.

Us. Secretary of State Anthony Flash The United States was Observation What he described as a Get up In humans Rights Swearing Inside India By some officials, the Asian country is in a rare direct rebuke to Washington Rights Record

“It simply came to our notice then IndiaThis sharing is good on n partnersues (People Rights) And that is the goal we are in Observation Concerning some recent developments India With a Get up In humans Rights Swearing By some government, police and prison officials. “ Flash At a joint press conference on Monday Us. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin IndiaForeign Minister Subramanian Jayashankar and IndiaDefense Minister Rajnath Singh.

Mr. Shine Did not elaborate. Mr. Singh and Mr. Jayashankar, who spoke later Mr. Shine At the briefing, people did not comment Rights Problems.

Mr. ShineThe comments came a few days later Us. Representative Ilhan Omar A.uesMentioned alleged reluctance Us. Criticize the government Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government on humanitarian issues Rights.

“What does Modi need to do?” IndiaBefore that, will we stop considering the Muslim community as partners in peace? Mrs Omar, a member of President Joe Biden’s Democratic Party, said last week.

Mr Modi’s critics say his Hindu nationalist ruling party has encouraged religious polarization since coming to power in 2014. Read the full story

Right-wing Hindu Grow since Mr Modi came to powerU. P. S. Attacks on minorities have begun, claiming that they are trying to prevent proselytizing. Several Indian States have passed or are considering anti-proselytizing laws that challenge the constitutionally protected right to freedom of belief. Read the full story

In 2019, the government passed a citizenship law that critics said was underestimated IndiaA secular constitution excluding Muslim immigrants from neighboring countries. The law was to be granted Indian Nationalities of Buddhists, Christians, Hindus, Jains, Persians and Sikhs who fled Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan before 2015.

In the same year, shortly after his victory in the 2019 re-election, Mr. Modi’s government revoked the special status of Kashmir to fully integrate the Muslim-majority region with the rest of the country. To cover up the protests, the administration detained many political leaders in Kashmir and sent more paramilitary police and troops into the Himalayan region, as Pakistan claims.

Mr Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has recently banned the wearing of hijab in classrooms in the state of Karnataka. Hardline Hindu groupU. P. S. He later demanded more such bans Indian State. – Reuters

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