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India is building huge Muslim 'captivity' in Assam
International Desk:
Published : Monday, 26 August, 2019 at 5:20 PM
India is building huge Muslim 'captivity' in AssamThe Narendra Modi government, led by the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), has taken up a plan to build a large 'captive camp' for Muslims in Assam. Thousands of people are being arrested in Jammu and Kashmir by the country's law and order.
Pramila Jayapal, the first Indian-born member of the United States House of Representatives, expressed deep concern over the creation of Muslim captives in Assam and mass arrests in Kashmir.
In a tweet on social media Twitter, he said, "I am deeply concerned over the news of the Indian government's arrest of two thousand people in Kashmir." This is part of the Indian government's top plan for building a large-scale captivity for Muslims in Assam and Kashmir.
It is to be noted that about 1 lakh people from Assam were excluded from the final draft list of Indian citizenship on July 5 last year. Assam's National Register of Citizens (NRC) authorities released the list. For the first time since last year, we have updated the list of citizenships to identify illegal immigrants migrating from neighboring Bangladesh to Assam.
NRC officials said it was just a draft list. So now no one will be arrested or sent back to their home country. Critics, however, say that the majority of those excluded from the citizenship list are members of the province's minority Muslim population and of Bangladeshi origin. Several ministers and MPs of the ruling BJP-led government of the country have at various times threatened to return these Bangladeshi Muslims from Assam to Bangladesh.
NRC authorities say that 15 million applications were submitted for obtaining Indian citizenship. Of these, 2 crore 5 lakh people have been found on the list as a result of scrutiny. However, due to failure to provide proper documents and information, 1 to 5 lakh Assamese have been excluded from the list of Indian citizenship.
The minorities who spent six years in India after migrating to India from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan; An Act was proposed by the Center to ensure that they receive Indian citizenship. But other state governments, including Assam, have opposed the law.
Narendra Modi had promised to amend the citizenship law before the election of 20. After coming to power, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government passed the Citizenship Amendment Bill-23.
In a similar tweet, US Congressman and House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff expressed deep concern over the current situation in occupied Kashmir. He said on Twitter that thousands of people in Kashmir are not being held without any kind of complaint and given the opportunity to interact with the outside world. This situation in Kashmir is very worrying.
Assad Majid Khan, the Pakistani ambassador to Washington, has urged the world community to take action against India for not allowing Kashmir a political imprisonment. He also urged the Kashmiris in the face of serious humanitarian crisis to pay attention to their plight.
Ammunition and platelets have not been able to suppress the Kashmiris, according to a fact-check report by the US-based Daily Washington Post. The people of Kashmir continue to protest throughout the valley against Indian occupation.
Referring to the Indian government's claim of 'Kashmir calm', the Washington Post says that the BJP's claim is not consistent with the eyewitness accounts and video footage there.
Thousands of people protested in different parts of occupied Kashmir, according to a video posted by the Washington Post. In some videos, thousands of people have been protesting every day since the cancellation of special status in Kashmir on August 5th. The video shows the Indian security forces firing and shooting from a plategun targeting the protesters.
The Washington Post says the Indian authorities have been forced to admit allegations of firing and shooting of platoons over various videos released on the recent situation in Kashmir in international media.




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