US On India Religious Freedom: America has once again raised the issue of religious discrimination in India. America has also tried to threaten India. In fact, Rabbi Abraham Cooper, head of the US Commission for International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), claimed that religious discrimination in the world’s largest democracy, India, has reached ‘appalling’ levels. In a threatening manner, he has even said that if the situation in India does not improve, then it should be prepared for the sanctions of the US government.
The head of the American Commission (USCIRF) has said that discrimination against minorities is increasing in India. In such a situation, India will have to change its course. Earlier India has done better work in this field, but now it is not so in India. He has further said that the number of people suffering from religious discrimination is increasing in India, which is frightening. While speaking, Rabbi Abraham Cooper compared India with countries like Afghanistan and Syria.
America showed concern about India
Rabbi Abraham Cooper while addressing US lawmakers on Tuesday said that religious discrimination should not be a matter of national pride. During this, he has recommended that countries like India, Afghanistan, Syria, Nigeria and Vietnam should be put in the list of countries of special concern to the US government.
The head of the US commission recommended economic and travel sanctions against Indian agencies and officials allegedly involved in religious freedom violations. It is worth noting that recently the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi had gone on a tour of America. Where he also addressed the US Parliament. However, even during this time former US President Barack Obama had raised this issue.
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