New Delhi. About 15 organizations under aegis of the All India Tanzeem Ulama-e-Islam (AITUI), a Sunni Sufi cleric organisation, on Friday held a protest at Jantar Mantar condemning “the despicable acts of genocide” against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.
They also sought roll back of Indian government’s decision to send back Rohingyas to Myanmar “in such a dire situation”.
Government of India must start bilateral talks on the Rohingya crisis, open its border for the refugees and provide the basic shelter, food and civil amenities until the situation is not going normal. Menawhile make demand with the Government of Myanmar to stop genocide, book the responsible culprits and call back its refugee citizens with compensation to the victims. Mufti Ashfaq Husain Qadri President of AITUI said.
Moreover, we feel very disappointed with the silent stance taken by the State Counsellor of Myanmar regarding this genocide issue as she is the Nobel Laureate for the category of “Peace” for “her non-violent struggle for democracy and human rights”. Supposedly, in the name of democracy and human rights that she had profoundly fought throughout the years, she should have used it again to defend the fate of Rohingya community. Unfortunately, her silence has allowed more and more cruelty to befall to our brothers in Arakan which does not represent democracy at all, instead as another form of tyranny, He added.
Calling the act of cruelty “contradictory to the teachings of the Buddhism”, about 200-odd protesters urged Myanmar to provide appropriate protection to the whole Rohingya community in the country.