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Protests continue in Washington as Indian PM visits US

Protesters condemn Indian atrocities in IOK, urge global community to raise voice

WASHINGTON: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in the US, as people staged protest demonstrations in the US capital Washington against grave human rights violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir.

A protest was organized by World Kashmir Awareness Forum and ICNA Council for Social Justice at Monument Ground on Constitution Avenue while All Sikh Gurdwara and Sikh Sanghat, Sikh Coordination Committee, Khalistan Affairs Centre, Sikhs for Justice, Shermanal Akali Dal Amritsar, World Sikh Parliament also held protests outside the White House.

During a unique protest organized by Sikh Youth of America, a poem was presented while beating drum. In which Narendra Modi was severely criticized while portraits of US President Joe Biden and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi were also made.

Officials of ICNA Council for Social Justice and Kashmiri while strongly condemning the genocide of Muslims in India said that the violation of human rights in India should be stopped immediately.

America had refused to give visa to Narendra Modi for the massacre in Gujarat, but today the same butcher has come as his special guest. America’s double standard is beyond comprehension.

The participants of the demonstration organized under the Khalistan movement shouted slogans against Modi.

Sikh leaders participating in the protest said that Manipur is burning, churches are being burnt.

The Christian community is being forcibly displaced. There is a need to be united against Hindutva terrorism in India. Democracy has been trampled underfoot in India. The worst violations of human rights are being done.

When Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was in the White House, India’s evil face was exposed through videos installed on trucks on the streets of Washington.

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