BJP government’s policy is Gandhi abroad and Godse in the country: Sitaram Yechury | India News – Times of India

New Delhi: General Secretary of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) Sitaram Yechury Slammed the central government on Sunday for rejecting the report of the US panel on religious freedom in India and said that India’s policy BJP The government is “Gandhi in abroad and Godse in country”.
Speaking to ANI, Yechury said, “The policy of the BJP government is Gandhi abroad and Godse in the country. This government on one hand wants to tell everyone that there is democracy in our country and on the other they are crushing democratic rights in the country. inside.”
The CPI(M) general secretary further said that the central government rejects all foreign reports based on the country. “This government is crushing the rights of human rights, democratic rights and guaranteed Constitution within the country,” Yechury said while speaking on India’s rejection of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom’s (USCIRF) report.
India on Saturday hit out at the US Commission for International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) for its “biased” and “inaccurate” comments, saying such reactions to India and its constitutional framework, the country’s pluralism and “serious lack of understanding”. ” Reflects. Its democratic ethos.
feedback from foreign Ministry (MEA) a day after the USCIRF alleged “suppression” of critical voices, particularly religious minorities and those reporting for and advocating for them in India.
The State Department said the USCIRF continues to “misrepresent” facts repeatedly in its statements and reports in pursuance of its motivated agenda.
Responding to media queries on comments on India by USCIRF, State Department Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said, “We have noticed biased and inaccurate comments on India by the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF). These comments are a serious lack of understanding.” India and its constitutional structure, its plurality and its democratic ethos.”
Bagchi said this “agenda” raises further questions about the credibility of the organization. “Sadly, the USCIRF repeatedly misrepresents facts in its statements and reports in pursuit of its motivated agenda. Such actions only serve to reinforce concerns about the credibility of the organization.” and fairness,” he said.
The USCIRF, in its report released in April 2022, recommended designating India as a “country of particular concern” or CPC claiming religious intolerance in the country.