Watch “illegal organ trade in India & Southeast Asia” on YouTube

Nepal is one of the world’s most lucrative markets for human trafficking. Traffickers use Nepal’s open border with India to transport women and children to India for sexual abuse. Many are trafficked for sex work, domestic labor, and for illegal organ trade in India, Southeast Asia, and the Gulf region. Indians are deliberately planning through their intelligence infrastructure in Nepal to undertake human trafficking from Pakistan through Nepal into India as witnessed in the case of Col Zahir Habib. They keep them under custody and lately utilized them against the interest of Pakistan to malign/implicate and blackmail Pakistan. Recently, cases have been reported in which hostile intelligence agencies trapped Pakistani women with the allurement of some highly paid jobs and moved them to India via Nepal. It is likely possible those hostile agencies may use these women in terrorism or espionage-related cases through sting operations and blame them as Pakistani agents. There is a likely threat of selling people to ISIS, which threatens regional peace and security. Human trafficking is a thriving global business that accounts for US$150 billion a year worldwide. UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) defines human trafficking as “the acquisition of people by improper means such as force, fraud or deception, intending to exploit them.”US State Department in its ‘2021 Trafficking in Persons Report: India’ highlighted that the Indian government did not meet universal standards to curb human trafficking in different forms. Moreover, it is also a grave violation of the Vienna Convention on Consular Access as well as the 2008 bilateral agreement on consular access between Pakistan and India.

Watch “Hindu Mobs Throwing Class Bottles on Muslims” on YouTube

The racist Hindu mobs who were taunting and provoking us and throwing glass bottles in our direction are going awfully quiet as the police line between us gets smaller and smaller. No more chanting or swearing at Muslims now. They came by our mosque to taunt us & ran. #Leicester

The current policies of the BJP could lead to mass violence in India

The current policies of the BJP could lead to mass violence in India
BJP is currently walking on a path that could lead to widespread violence and civil war. The think tanker of the BJP i.e RSS is working to eliminate minorities from India which is not possible; on the other hand BJP government is working to create unrest in the states where they are not in power unconstitutionally as they did in Maharashtra. Under the Hindu-nationalist government of Narendra Modi, India has seen a rising tide of intolerance, and some observers feel that the BJP has turned to divisive discourse since it can no longer rely on divisive promises.
After enacting contentious pledges like abolishing the special status of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK), the Modi-led administration wanted to do something new to increase support. The Indian government has to understand that it is unleashing forces that can grow uncontrollable by promoting the absurd idea that India’s 300 million or more non-Hindu minority poses a threat to the 1.1 billion majorities.
Bloodshed between sects can gain momentum on its own. In addition to being unhealthier for its citizens, a Hindu nationalist India might spread instability and have even worse ties with its Muslim neighbors. Delhi friends including United States to use their influence to persuade Modi and his acolytes to check the spread of hate before it explodes into widespread violence. Arun Prakash, a former naval chief and senior military commander, had issued a warning earlier this month that India would enter a civil war since the nation’s political leadership had not denounced recent calls by Hindu hardliners for the genocide of Muslims.

Bilkis Bano gangrape case: All 11 rape convicted released under gujarat Govt’s remission policy

All the 11 persons convicted in the 2002 Bilkis Bano rape case have walked out of the Godhra subjail under the Gujarat government’s remission policy. Senior state officials told news agencies that they considered remission as the convicts had completed 14 years imprisonment, which is the term given for a life sentence. A prisoner’s age, […]

Bilkis Bano gangrape case: All 11 rape convicted released under gujarat Govt’s remission policy


Eleven men sentenced to life imprisonment in the ‘Bilkis Bano gangrape’ case were released from Godhra Jail. Visuals shared on social media showed the convicts being greeted with sweets by their relatives after they were released. Relatives also touched their feet for blessings. Indian activists and politicians have condemned the court’s decision. The release also raised questions about the government’s stance on women in a country notorious for violence against them. Bano’s case was one of the most horrific episodes of the large-scale violence. More than 1,000 people, mostly Muslims, died in the 2002 riots. Gujarat Riots 2002 are considered some of the worst religious unrest seen in the predominantly Hindu country. Senior Congress leader Rahul Gandhi slammed Gujarat government for allowing the release of gangrape and murder convicts under its old remission policy. Gandhi said that the entire country is seeing the difference between PM Modi’s “words and deeds” since the convicts were released hours after the BJP leader talked about ‘Naari Shakti’, or women’s power, during his Independence Day speech. Senior Congress leader and Rajya Sabha member Jairam Ramesh called the decision “brazenly shameless”. Senior lawyer Anand Yagnik said that “the remission of the sentence of convicts of a gruesome crime like gang rape and murder is morally and ethically improper,” adding: “What is the signal we are trying to send?” Feminist Kavita Krishnan wrote a Twitter message directed at the prime minister questioning whether his support for women ended when a woman was Muslim. CPI(M) also strongly condemned the release of the convicts, saying “this is the real face of New India- convicted killers and rapists released” and activist Teesta Setalvad “who fought for justice was jailed”. Secretary of All India Progressive Women’s Association (AIPWA) Krishnan pointed out that it has become commonplace for Hindu-supremacists to openly give calls for genocide and rape of Muslims without any consequences these days. “Will PM Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah care to comment on this decision? Do we really believe that this decision was taken without the blessing of these two topmost leaders of the BJP? #IndiaAt75 became a day of shame for India’s women because BJP chose to make it a day to free Bilkis’ rapists. ”President AIMIM Asaduddin Owaisi, also accused Modi and BJP, which still rules the state of Gujarat, of being indifferent to crimes against women when the victims are Muslim. The release of 11 men serving a life term for the gangrape of Bilkis Bano and the murder of her family during the 2002 Gujarat riots, is “appeasement politics” ahead of the state elections in Gujarat. “It is more unfortunate as the Prime Minister talked about more power to women from Red Fort on the Independence Day. It is sending a wrong message to the Muslim community and sets a wrong precedent.” Indian judiciary is only complimenting and facilitating the implementation of fascist policies of the ruling class while being indifferent to the miseries of the common citizens.


Several student organizations in the northeast renewed protests against the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). President of North East Students Union (NESO) Samuel Jyrwa said, “We have been firm in our stand that CAA is against the interests of Assam and other states in the region. But despite our earlier protests, the Centre went ahead and enacted the legislation.” He added, “we will organize non-violent sit-in demonstrations in all state capitals of the region against CAA and other issues such as the promulgation of inner-line permit regime in Assam, Meghalaya and Tripura states that have borne the maximum brunt of illegal immigrations.” Protest comes in the backdrop of Union home minister Amit Shah’s remarks earlier this month, during an interaction with a BJP delegation from West Bengal that CAA will be implemented once Covid-19 vaccinations are over in India. Furthermore, the protest also covers issues like influx of migrants, complete scrapping of Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA), providing constitutional safeguards to the indigenous communities, implementation of Inner Line Permit (ILP) across all North Eastern states, along with the elimination of the operations of fundamentalist groups existing in the region. All Assam Students’ Union chief advisor Samujjal Bhattacharya said, “People of the Northeast have not accepted the CAA and will never accept it. This act will reduce the indigenous people into a minority. The Northeast can’t be used as a dumping ground for illegal migrants. Assam has already taken a lot of burden by accepting the migrants till 24 March 1971 and cannot accept more such migrants,” Bhattacharjya told reporters in Guwahati. Delhi-based lawyer Gautam Bhatia says that by dividing alleged migrants into Muslims and non-Muslims, the bill “explicitly and blatantly seeks to enshrine religious discrimination into law, contrary to our long-standing, secular constitutional ethos”. Historian Mukul Kesavan says the bill is “couched in the language of refuge and seemingly directed at foreigners, but its main purpose is the delegitimization of Muslims’ citizenship”.

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