NBC News: The incitement to the genocide of Muslims in India has become open and with tactical support from the government of Hindu extremism

NBC News: The incitement to the genocide of Muslims in India has become open and with tactical support from the government of Hindu extremism  NBC News published a report on the increase in extremist Hindu discourse calling for the killing of Muslims. He stated that a petition had been submitted to the Supreme Court of India stating that the comments of Hindu nationalist leaders "amount to calling for the murder of an entire community". The court said it would investigate complaints about Hindu leaders' calls to take up arms against India's Muslims. The court's statement issued last week to the state of Uttara Khand in northern India, where Hindu extremists participated in a conference held in the city of Haridwar. "We must prepare to kill or be killed," Swami Prabodanada Giri said at the three-day conference from December 17-19.  The report stated that anti-Muslim sentiment has been on the rise since the ultra-nationalist leader Narendra Modi took office, but the recent statements are shocking in their extremism, experts say, and go beyond hate speech to incitement to murder and ethnic cleansing.  Anti-Muslim sentiment has been on the rise since ultra-nationalist leader Narendra Modi took office  In the petition submitted to the Supreme Court, the signatories said that the speeches delivered in Haridwar and the New Delhi metropolitan area amounted to an open call to kill an entire community, and that the speeches "represent a serious threat not to the unity and integrity of our country but endanger the lives of millions of Muslims." The petition indicated that the organizers announced other events.  Police have not arrested anyone in Haridwar or Delhi, and the Modi government has not commented on them. Government critics see the official silence as a tactical endorsement of what Hindu nationalists are doing. "You're giving speeches against us and saying that you want to drive out the entire population because of their religion... I don't understand how they are ignoring this," said Maulana Mahmud Madani, head of the India Scholars Association, one of India's largest Muslim organizations.  Since Modi consolidated power after his election in 2014, Muslims have suffered increased violence, discrimination and government persecution. There were numerous attacks by Hindu nationalists on property, vandalism of mosques, and dragging Muslims into the streets. Elements of the BJP were present on both occasions. The December 19 Delhi event was organized by Hindu extremist youth wing Yuva Vahini and founded by Yogi Adiyatanath, a BJP member and Modi confidant. The list of attendees included Ashwini Obadiyi, a former spokesman and current member of the ruling party in Delhi. In a tweet circulated on Twitter, Obadaye said he had been at the event for a short time on the last day and had only spoken for 10 minutes. “The fact that the prime minister is silent and not denouncing him is a kind of denial and a license to continue this kind of religious extremism,” said Gregory Stanton, president of Genocide Watch America.  The prime minister's silence and inaction is a form of denial and a license to continue this kind of religious extremism  The network quoted Shant Praksh, a BJP leader, as saying that the ruling party will make sure that people respect the religion. And “if a person speaks against religion, there is a law, order and legal action to be taken.” Haridwar police officer Rakindra Singh said in a statement on January 6 that he had asked two people who spoke on the occasion, Annapura Ma and Jitendra Singh Tegai, to make statements. The site stated that the term Hindutva usually referred to Hindu identity or living according to Hindu values, and today it is associated with Hindu extremism and nationalism. "He affirms India's non-secularism and requires the constitution to expel other religions, such as Islam and Christianity, from India," Stanton said.   This position was evident on two occasions this month. In Haridwar, non-president of the Hindu Rashka Sena (Indian Defense Army) spoke in support of the massacres of Muslims in Myanmar that the United Nations described as a "clear example of ethnic cleansing". "Like Myanmar, the police, army, politicians and every Hindu must join hands, take up arms and carry out a purge," he said. In Delhi, the editor of the extremist news website Sudarshan News, Doresh Chavhank, divided Hindus and they would fight, die and be killed if necessary. He put the video on Twitter, where half a million people watched it. The opposition criticized the speeches on both occasions, especially the Indian Congress Party. "Hindutva spreads hatred and violence," party leader Rahul Gandhi said.  Giri turned questions from the network to the founder of the Hindu group Kali Sena, Swami Anand Swaroop, who said there was no problem there with Islam but the jihadists trying to kill Hindus. But Swaroop's comments are not what was talked about on the occasion. In it, one of the participants said, “If 100 of us became soldiers and we killed 20 of them (group) and they were ready to go to prison,” each division/brand numbered 100,000, or about two million people. "If this is incitement to genocide, I don't know what that is," Stanton comments.

NBC News: The incitement to the genocide of Muslims in India has become open and with tactical support from the government of Hindu extremism


NBC News published a report on the increase in extremist Hindu discourse calling for the killing of Muslims. He stated that a petition had been submitted to the Supreme Court of India stating that the comments of Hindu nationalist leaders "amount to calling for the murder of an entire community". The court said it would investigate complaints about Hindu leaders' calls to take up arms against India's Muslims. The court's statement issued last week to the state of Uttara Khand in northern India, where Hindu extremists participated in a conference held in the city of Haridwar. "We must prepare to kill or be killed," Swami Prabodanada Giri said at the three-day conference from December 17-19.

The report stated that anti-Muslim sentiment has been on the rise since the ultra-nationalist leader Narendra Modi took office, but the recent statements are shocking in their extremism, experts say, and go beyond hate speech to incitement to murder and ethnic cleansing.

Anti-Muslim sentiment has been on the rise since ultra-nationalist leader Narendra Modi took office

In the petition submitted to the Supreme Court, the signatories said that the speeches delivered in Haridwar and the New Delhi metropolitan area amounted to an open call to kill an entire community, and that the speeches "represent a serious threat not to the unity and integrity of our country but endanger the lives of millions of Muslims." The petition indicated that the organizers announced other events.

Police have not arrested anyone in Haridwar or Delhi, and the Modi government has not commented on them. Government critics see the official silence as a tactical endorsement of what Hindu nationalists are doing. "You're giving speeches against us and saying that you want to drive out the entire population because of their religion... I don't understand how they are ignoring this," said Maulana Mahmud Madani, head of the India Scholars Association, one of India's largest Muslim organizations.

Since Modi consolidated power after his election in 2014, Muslims have suffered increased violence, discrimination and government persecution. There were numerous attacks by Hindu nationalists on property, vandalism of mosques, and dragging Muslims into the streets. Elements of the BJP were present on both occasions. The December 19 Delhi event was organized by Hindu extremist youth wing Yuva Vahini and founded by Yogi Adiyatanath, a BJP member and Modi confidant. The list of attendees included Ashwini Obadiyi, a former spokesman and current member of the ruling party in Delhi. In a tweet circulated on Twitter, Obadaye said he had been at the event for a short time on the last day and had only spoken for 10 minutes. “The fact that the prime minister is silent and not denouncing him is a kind of denial and a license to continue this kind of religious extremism,” said Gregory Stanton, president of Genocide Watch America.

The prime minister's silence and inaction is a form of denial and a license to continue this kind of religious extremism

The network quoted Shant Praksh, a BJP leader, as saying that the ruling party will make sure that people respect the religion. And “if a person speaks against religion, there is a law, order and legal action to be taken.” Haridwar police officer Rakindra Singh said in a statement on January 6 that he had asked two people who spoke on the occasion, Annapura Ma and Jitendra Singh Tegai, to make statements. The site stated that the term Hindutva usually referred to Hindu identity or living according to Hindu values, and today it is associated with Hindu extremism and nationalism. "He affirms India's non-secularism and requires the constitution to expel other religions, such as Islam and Christianity, from India," Stanton said. 

This position was evident on two occasions this month. In Haridwar, non-president of the Hindu Rashka Sena (Indian Defense Army) spoke in support of the massacres of Muslims in Myanmar that the United Nations described as a "clear example of ethnic cleansing". "Like Myanmar, the police, army, politicians and every Hindu must join hands, take up arms and carry out a purge," he said. In Delhi, the editor of the extremist news website Sudarshan News, Doresh Chavhank, divided Hindus and they would fight, die and be killed if necessary. He put the video on Twitter, where half a million people watched it. The opposition criticized the speeches on both occasions, especially the Indian Congress Party. "Hindutva spreads hatred and violence," party leader Rahul Gandhi said.

Giri turned questions from the network to the founder of the Hindu group Kali Sena, Swami Anand Swaroop, who said there was no problem there with Islam but the jihadists trying to kill Hindus. But Swaroop's comments are not what was talked about on the occasion. In it, one of the participants said, “If 100 of us became soldiers and we killed 20 of them (group) and they were ready to go to prison,” each division/brand numbered 100,000, or about two million people. "If this is incitement to genocide, I don't know what that is," Stanton comments.


3 Marines killed, 11 injured in blast on Naval Ship INS Ranvir in Mumbai INS Ranvir Explosion: It is being told that there has been an explosion in the interior of INS Ranvir, in which three sailors lost their lives. However, rescue work was started soon after this incident.  INS Ranvir: Three sailors were killed in an accident at the Mumbai Naval Dockyard on Tuesday. It is being told that there has been an explosion in the interior of INS Ranvir, in which three sailors lost their lives. However, rescue work was started soon after this incident. The crew members of the ship immediately tried to bring the situation under control. There was not much damage to the ship. The incident came to light at 4.30 pm. 11 sailors have also been injured in this incident. A senior military official said the identities of the casualties would be made public after briefing the families of the victims. Earlier in August 2013, there was a major accident at Mumbai port. Then 18 sailors lost their lives in the blast on INS Sindhurakshak and the submarine was heavily damaged.  According to reports, INS Ranvir in the Eastern Naval Command was on operational deployment in the coastal area since November 2021 and was to return to the coast shortly after, when the explosion took place. A Board of Inquiry has been ordered in this matter. There is no news of much damage to the ship. However, the reasons for the incident are yet to be ascertained. It is not yet known whether some other Navy personnel were also injured in the incident.   Earlier in June 2016, there was a major accident in the naval aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya, in which two sailors were killed. Refitting work was going on Vikramaditya at Karwar Naval Base near Goa, when the accident happened. The accident happened due to leakage of toxic gas at the STP sewage plant. Two have died in this accident and four were saved.  In April 2016, a serious accident occurred when a bottle burst inside the helmet of the Navy's diving ship INS Inspector. Three sailors were injured in the accident. While a seriously injured sailor had to amputate a part of his leg. In January 2016, the Navy's fast interceptor boat was caught in the sea due to fire. There were six sailors in the boat when the accident happened but all were saved.


3 Marines killed, 11 injured in blast on Naval Ship INS Ranvir in Mumbai

INS Ranvir Explosion: It is being told that there has been an explosion in the interior of INS Ranvir, in which three sailors lost their lives. However, rescue work was started soon after this incident.

INS Ranvir: Three sailors were killed in an accident at the Mumbai Naval Dockyard on Tuesday. It is being told that there has been an explosion in the interior of INS Ranvir, in which three sailors lost their lives. However, rescue work was started soon after this incident. The crew members of the ship immediately tried to bring the situation under control. There was not much damage to the ship. The incident came to light at 4.30 pm. 11 sailors have also been injured in this incident. A senior military official said the identities of the casualties would be made public after briefing the families of the victims. Earlier in August 2013, there was a major accident at Mumbai port. Then 18 sailors lost their lives in the blast on INS Sindhurakshak and the submarine was heavily damaged.

According to reports, INS Ranvir in the Eastern Naval Command was on operational deployment in the coastal area since November 2021 and was to return to the coast shortly after, when the explosion took place. A Board of Inquiry has been ordered in this matter. There is no news of much damage to the ship. However, the reasons for the incident are yet to be ascertained. It is not yet known whether some other Navy personnel were also injured in the incident. 

Earlier in June 2016, there was a major accident in the naval aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya, in which two sailors were killed. Refitting work was going on Vikramaditya at Karwar Naval Base near Goa, when the accident happened. The accident happened due to leakage of toxic gas at the STP sewage plant. Two have died in this accident and four were saved.

In April 2016, a serious accident occurred when a bottle burst inside the helmet of the Navy's diving ship INS Inspector. Three sailors were injured in the accident. While a seriously injured sailor had to amputate a part of his leg. In January 2016, the Navy's fast interceptor boat was caught in the sea due to fire. There were six sailors in the boat when the accident happened but all were saved.


The Election Commission has expressed concern over the hacking of the electronic voting machine  EVMs are at risk of being hacked and jammed, banned by some countries: ECP The Election Commission has expressed concern over the hacking of the electronic voting machine  EVM machine is at risk of being hacked and jammed, some countries have banned it, the Election Commission fears that the electronic voting machine may be hacked . Revealed According to details, the Election Commission has expressed fears of hacking and jamming of electronic voting machines and said that this is why some countries have banned it.  The Secretary Election Commission said that there is a risk of EVM machine being hacked and jammed. Committees have been formed in this regard which are reviewing all these defects and risks. Some countries have banned EVM. That is why consensus is necessary for the use of EVMs. Committee member Kamran Murtaza asked that EVM machines cost so much. Why didn't you tell the government first? In reply, the Secretary Election Commission said that if the government had asked us, it would have told us.  A meeting of the Parliamentary Affairs Committee was held under the chairmanship of Senator Taj Haider in which issues related to Election Commission were discussed. The highest gender gap in the committee was revealed to be in Punjab . Election Commission officials briefed the Senate committee that door-to-door registration was done in all the four provinces. Committee member Farooq H Naik said that gender gap is highest in educated Punjab . Balochistan senators expressed concerns over vote registration and said that women's identity cards are not being made in Balochistan , NADRA officials should be summoned. Taj Haider said that we were repeatedly told not to call NADRA . Every minute a question arises about NADRA but the notification given to us says don't call NADRA , I will talk to the chairman senate on this matter.


The Election Commission has expressed concern over the hacking of the electronic voting machine


EVMs are at risk of being hacked and jammed, banned by some countries: ECP
The Election Commission has expressed concern over the hacking of the electronic voting machine

EVM machine is at risk of being hacked and jammed, some countries have banned it, the Election Commission fears that the electronic voting machine may be hacked . Revealed According to details, the Election Commission has expressed fears of hacking and jamming of electronic voting machines and said that this is why some countries have banned it.

The Secretary Election Commission said that there is a risk of EVM machine being hacked and jammed. Committees have been formed in this regard which are reviewing all these defects and risks. Some countries have banned EVM. That is why consensus is necessary for the use of EVMs. Committee member Kamran Murtaza asked that EVM machines cost so much. Why didn't you tell the government first? In reply, the Secretary Election Commission said that if the government had asked us, it would have told us.

A meeting of the Parliamentary Affairs Committee was held under the chairmanship of Senator Taj Haider in which issues related to Election Commission were discussed. The highest gender gap in the committee was revealed to be in Punjab . Election Commission officials briefed the Senate committee that door-to-door registration was done in all the four provinces. Committee member Farooq H Naik said that gender gap is highest in educated Punjab .

Balochistan senators expressed concerns over vote registration and said that women's identity cards are not being made in Balochistan , NADRA officials should be summoned. Taj Haider said that we were repeatedly told not to call NADRA . Every minute a question arises about NADRA but the notification given to us says don't call NADRA , I will talk to the chairman senate on this matter.
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