India Trashes US State Dept Report On Religious Freedom As ‘Deeply Biased’, ‘Selectively Picked’

India Trashes US State Dept Report On Non secular Freedom As ‘Deeply Biased’, ‘Selectively Picked’

Ministry of Exterior Affairs (MEA) spokesperson Randhir Jaiswal mentioned India categorically rejects the criticism in opposition to it made within the US State Division report on worldwide spiritual freedom, stating that the report is visibly pushed by vote-bank issues.

India Trashes US State Dept Report On Religious Freedom As 'Deeply Biased', 'Selectively Picked'
MEA spokesperson Randhir Jaiswal throughout his weekly media briefing on Friday.

US Non secular Freedom Report: India on Friday junked the annual report on spiritual freedom by the US State Division as “deeply biased” the place a some incidents have been selectively picked “to advance a preconceived narrative in opposition to India.”

Reacting to the report, Ministry of Exterior Affairs (MEA) spokesperson Randhir Jaiswal mentioned India categorically rejects the criticism in opposition to it made within the US State Division report on worldwide spiritual freedom, asserting that the report is visibly pushed by vote-bank issues.

“As prior to now, the report is deeply biased, lacks an understanding of India’s social cloth and is visibly pushed by votebank issues and a prescriptive outlook,” Jaiswal mentioned.

“We subsequently reject it. The train itself is a mixture of imputations, misrepresentations, selective utilization of details, reliance on biased sources and a one-sided projection of points,” he mentioned.

In his remarks on the launch of the report, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken mentioned there was a “regarding improve” in anti-conversion legal guidelines, hate speech and demolitions of houses and locations of worship of members of minority religion communities in India.

Rejecting the assertions made within the US report, Jaiswal mentioned the report has “selectively picked incidents to advance a preconceived narrative”.

“In some instances, the very validity of legal guidelines and rules are questioned by the report, the MEA spokesperson mentioned, including that the report additionally seems to problem the integrity of sure judgments given by Indian courts.

(With PTI inputs)




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