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India’s minorities, discrimination against Dalits becoming serious.

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Washington: India’s minorities, discrimination against Dalits being serious, the American International Religious Freedom Commission , an independent organization, said in a report. Intolerance after 2014, attacks, overload,  Social expulsion, forced conversions. During the discussion of bilateral relations with India, the US government sought to raise the issue of human rights violation. “Congress and BJP rule, the minorities, the Dalits eased the most common attacks. Increased intolerance. Loopholes in the laws, violated the religious freedom of due to ineffective judicial system. “He reported. Indian democracy .. everyone in the country, caste, religion, region and provide equality beyond .. But it is not happening in practice said Chief Thomas.
Union, states diligence in this regard. Hindu groups in India, the financier of the groups in the United State. The Government of India strongly condemned the report. “We have in the past rejected the report. The reports do not need to be treated like a foreign institution. The constitutional rights of the people of the land protected by the government of India, “a foreign ministry spokesman said Vikas Swarup.

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