The anti -Hindu Human Right Organisation, Amnesty International India’, which is facing heat from the Central agencies over allegations of FCRA violation, now has asked Karnataka’s Congress govt to take action against its anti Hindu demands to uphold “human rights”.
Taking a social media site, the Islamic empathizer organisation, Amnesty said, “The incoming state government must prioritize and uphold human rights for all in the state. We call on @INCKarnataka to take three priority actions for human rights. “
In its first demand, Amnesty India asked to revoke the ban on women wearing hijab in educational institutes. As per the organisation, the ban forces Muslim girls to choose between their rights to freedom of expression and religion and their right to education, hindering their ability to meaningfully participate in society.
It should be reminded that following the Hijab controversy which was started in early 2022 in the state, the BJP government had banned Hijab in the educational institute. However, the court upheld the government’s decision to ban hijab in classrooms.2
In a next tweet, the organisation has asked govt to revoke the Karnataka Prevention of Slaughter and Preservation of Cattle Act, 2020 and the Karnataka Protection of Right to Freedom of Religion Bill, 2022 and allow cow slaughtering in the state. It claimed that a ban on slaughter and religious conversions can be “misused and weaponised against minorities”.
In its last tweet, it demanded action against the Hindus who call for an economic boycott and violence against Muslim people. It has asked the congress govt, to ensure accountability for such advocacy of hatred and end hate crimes that are motivated by religious and caste-based discrimination.