The criticism of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s actions against Muslims has become a part of the global media headlines.
The report, published in the British journal ‘The Economist‘, criticized the controversial citizenship law against Indian Muslims, saying that the Modi government’s actions had made India fascist Hindu state from a secular one.
The report said that the narrow-minded, divisive distribution of Modi’s decisions in India is deepening, now that over 20 million Muslims in India will have to give proof of citizenship over the years.
The British Journal report calls on the Indian Supreme Court to declare the Modi government’s actions unconstitutional and also to call attention to protests in various states.
The report said that the Modi government’s actions would prove to be a political poison for India, with their decisions threatening bloodshed across India.
It should be noted that there have been intense protests in India for two months against the controversial citizenship law.
Under this controversial law, non-Muslims coming to India from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan will be granted citizenship but Muslims are exempted.
Indian citizens are protesting against the controversial bill in which a large number of women are also involved.
About 35 people have lost their lives in two months of protests in India while more than 7,000 people have been detained on charges of rioting.
Not only this, Muslims’ properties are being seized by participating in protests and vandalism in various states including Uttar Pradesh.