Burma and Hindu India’s policies against their religious minorities is similar. Therefore, the Hindu state will not condemn brutality in Burma. – Simranjit Singh Mānn
The Tribune Dated 31st March, 2021
Comments by Simranjit Singh Mann: Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) states that it is not because of its policy of safeguarding its economic assets in Burma that the Hindu Indian state is not condemning the brutal military Government of Burma, but because Burma has taken extraordinarily cruel steps against its minority Muslim Rohinga people whose genocide it has committed.
This is also the reason why the radicalized Hindu Indian state wants to deport the fleeing Rohinga Muslims who have sought refuge in Hindu India, back into the jaws of the Burmese military regime.
Our Party would advise that Hindu Indian state should march with the Western democracies in condemning the military Junta and its genocidal and ethnic cleansing policies.
If South Asia becomes a sphere of hardened right wing theocratic states, then the world must prepare itself for mass migration from THIS (Theocratic Hindu Indian state) and other like-minded radicalized states
Facta non Verba.