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Is this a case of abhorrent perpetuation of Hindu Phobia?

Thank you for getting in touch about our article Coronavirus: What's driving India's 100,000 Covid-19 deaths?

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Did a group of UK MPs mislead the Britsh Parliament?

Did a group of UK MPs mislead the Britsh Parliament by paraphrasing the India's opposition politians without any basic research whatsoever? 

 

HuffPost > Systemic Hindutva Violence Waged On Muslims In India Sanctioned By BJP Govt: Indian-Origin British MP

 

The Express Tripbue > India comes under fire in British parliament over CAA, Delhi riots

 

How the British Public funded BBC and British Media failed to report imparially that BOTH Hindus and Muslims were killed during the fatal riots? 

 

Is the British media, in this case, in breach of impartiality by paraphrasing the Indian opposition politicians without due resarch? 

 

BBC > Delhi riots: How Muslims' homes were targeted and burnt

 

The Guardian > Inside Delhi: beaten, lynched and burnt alive (Hannah EllisPetersen)

 

BBC > Delhi riots: 'No-one who saw the photo thought I would survive'

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Hollow Western media’s incessant anti-India rant while ignoring human rights abuse in Pak, China

Abhimanyu Sharma, who was introduced by the BBC anchor as a Professor at University of Cambridge, was asked about the killing of the Hizbul commander Riyaz Naikoo on a programme dated May 6, 2020.

The BBC anchor while talking about Kashmir referred to it as the “Indian administered Kashmir” and asked Sharma about the killing of the terrorists. The professor who was catapulted as an expert on Kashmir by the BBC did not once refer to Naikoo as a terrorist but warned the BJP government specifically about further alienation of Kashmiri youth and the fallout with Pakistan vis-a-vis the deterioration in relations.

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India coronavirus: Why celebrating Covid-19 'success models' is dangerous

UK taxpayer funded #BBC (see below) states "experts say such premature euphoria" without verifying or identifying them.

The same article it seems to have based this "euhoria" by "experts" on hashtag on social media.  Since when have hashtags on social media become "experts"?   Does this not speak volumes about BBC's reporter Vikas Pandey? 

"As India continues to fight the spread of coronavirus, a few 'successful' efforts at containing the infection have been touted as 'models', celebrated and mimicked across the country. But experts say such premature euphoria can be dangerous. The BBC's Vikas Pandey reports." 

..."It trended as a hashtag on social media, the federal government was full of praise and Uttar Pradesh state chief minister Yogi Adityanath was credited for its success."

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Coronavirus: Islamophobia concerns after India mosque outbreak

BBC cries out Islamophobia concerns when India acted to protect its 1.3b population from the inhumane actions of one sect within the Islamic community. BBC completely ignores the fact that all other minorities (including the majority of Muslims) in India acted to protect themselves, medical staff, essential workers and others except this sect. 

The thousands of members of this sect, TJ, not only violated the local government directive not to gather more than 50 but then proceeded not to co-operate with medical staff.  It is reported that they harassed female members of the medical staff, defecating opening around the hospital, but even more deadly is the fact that hundreds escaped to various states of India and around the world possibly spreading CoVid-19.  

Did the BBC cunningly want India to not protect and endanger the lives of 1.3b people so that it can then further target India for failing in its duty? 

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Coronavirus: Why is India testing so little?

The preventive measures India took have been applauded by WHO initially, 52 laboratories were testing all over having viral transport media and swabs, then private laboratories are used now and universities have become research centers. To test such a big population there will be a shortage of test kits and India is taking steps major steps to overcome it. These problems are faced by almost every country combating against the virus.

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Coronavirus: Islamophobia concerns after India mosque outbreak

BBC cries out Islamophobia concerns when India acted to protect its 1.3b population from the inhumane actions of one sect within the Islamic community. BBC completely ignores the fact that all other minorities (including the majority of Muslims) in India acted to protect themselves, medical staff, essential workers and others except this sect. 

The thousands of members of this sect, TJ, not only violated the local government directive not to gather more than 50 but then proceeded not to co-operate with medical staff.  It is reported that they harassed female members of the medical staff, defecating opening around the hospital, but even more deadly is the fact that hundreds escaped to various states of India and around the world possibly spreading CoVid-19.  

Did the BBC cunningly want India to not protect and endanger the lives of 1.3b people so that it can then further target India for failing in its duty? 

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Coronavirus: India's bailout may not be enough to save economy

The whole world is affected by the pandemic and death ratio is increasing rapidly. In such a crucial time, complete lockdown is essential and it has its adversities. The global economy is affected but it is ok for BBC to target India and write the Indian economy is going to get crippled?

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Coronavirus: India home quarantine families face discrimination

India a country of 3bn population where people are more social than any other country. To make people aware to not visit certain families such plates have been put out. for the safety of delivery boys and other people, such steps are crucial. The feeling of a zoo is common during a lockdown and these are preventive measures to stop the prevalence doesn't discriminate but a warning to make people understand how contagious it is.  

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Coronavirus lockdown in India: ‘Beaten and abused for doing my job’

Due to sudden lockdown, the government of India has been very strict with regard to the safety of people. There are instances where to control people, police took averse steps. But there are cases where people have breached laws and beat policemen who are on duty. The government is providing ration to the needy people so they don't have to go out for work. Is BBC too ignorant to cover such stories?

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India coronavirus: Gambling on lockdown to save millions

Does the usage of words "gambling" clearly indicate the grudges BBC has against India? Currently, India and its government are under the test of time to save 3bn people and the economy of the country. Unlike other countries, India's measures to prevent spread of COVID-19 have applauded by everyone in the world. However, the BBC is persistent to write against India in such a crucial time.

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