EU raises concern over Modi govt’s actions against Amnesty International
The European Union (EU) has expressed concern over the Indian government’s actions against Amnesty International that led to the suspension of the operations of the organization in India.
In an interview with an Indian English daily newspaper, European Union spokesperson for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Nabila Massrali urged Modi-led fascist Indian government to allow Amnesty International to continue its activities without interruption.
Earlier, the Amnesty International unveiled the Indian government’s atrocities regarding the use of excessive force and torture in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir and Delhi riots.
In a yet another biased judgment, an Indian court has absolved all the accused in 1992 Babri masjid demolition case saying that there was no “conclusive evidence” and the incident was not preplanned.
A special court in Lucknow announced the verdict saying that the video was doctored.
Special CBI judge Surendra Kumar Yadav, who acquitted the 32 accused including MM Joshi and LK Advani, said Ashok Singhal and other Sangh Parivar leaders wished to protect the building as it held Ram Lalla statues inside.