News ID: 360014
Publish Date: 28 July 2012 - 05:37
Navideshahed: Hundreds of people Thursday staged demonstration infront of Myanmar Embassy in New Delhi against the killings of Muslims in Myanmar.

Under the banner of Indian civil society, hundreds of people registered their anguish against the genocide perpetrated against Rohingya Muslims of Arakan region of Myanmar.

Carrying banners, depicting solidarity with the Muslims of Myanmar and condemning their massacre, people raised slogans against the Myanmar government, Myanmar president Thein Sein, the Burmese activist Aung Sang Suu Kyi and Buddhist spiritual leader Dalai Lama.

Earlier, addressing the protesters, the eminent speakers, including Dr. Safarul Islam Khan, President All India Muslim Majlis Mushawwarat and S Q R Ilyas, President Welfare Party of India, in one voice condemned the heinous crimes perpetrated against Muslims. They demanded the Government of India to take up the issue with Myanmar government and ask it to stop the killings. 'Failing with our Government should cut ties with Myanmar.'

Expressing surprise over silence of the international bodies against the massacre, they also questioned why the international media is constantly hiding the news about the killings of thousands of innocent people in Myanmar.

They said that it is beyond our thoughts that cruelties are going on and instead of taking stern action the UN in watching as mute spectator. Speaker also urged the Nobel Prize Winner Aung Sang Suu Kyi and, Buddhist spiritual leader Dalai Lama to break their silence and raise voice against massacres of Muslims in Myanmar.

Later-on a memorandum, was presented to the Ambassador of Myanmar in India and the United Nations Resident Coordinator (UNRC) in India.

'Thousands of Myanmar Muslims are killed and Millions are displaced, which are intolerable. It should be stopped amicably,' read the memorandum presented to the Ambassador of Mynamar.

While the Memorandum presented to the UNRC in India, appealed UN to pass a resolution against the cruelty committed against the Rohingya Muslims of Arakan region of Myanmar.

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Source: IRNA

Under the banner of Indian civil society, hundreds of people registered their anguish against the genocide perpetrated against Rohingya Muslims of Arakan region of Myanmar. Carrying banners, depicting solidarity with the Muslims of Myanmar and condemning their massacre, people raised slogans against the Myanmar government, Myanmar president Thein Sein, the Burmese activist Aung Sang Suu Kyi and Buddhist spiritual leader Dalai Lama. Earlier, addressing the protesters, the eminent speakers, including Dr. Safarul Islam Khan, President All India Muslim Majlis Mushawwarat and S Q R Ilyas, President Welfare Party of India, in one voice condemned the heinous crimes perpetrated against Muslims. They demanded the Government of India to take up the issue with Myanmar government and ask it to stop the killings. 'Failing with our Government should cut ties with Myanmar.' Expressing surprise over silence of the international bodies against the massacre, they also questioned why the international media is constantly hiding the news about the killings of thousands of innocent people in Myanmar. They said that it is beyond our thoughts that cruelties are going on and instead of taking stern action the UN in watching as mute spectator. Speaker also urged the Nobel Prize Winner Aung Sang Suu Kyi and, Buddhist spiritual leader Dalai Lama to break their silence and raise voice against massacres of Muslims in Myanmar. Later-on a memorandum, was presented to the Ambassador of Myanmar in India and the United Nations Resident Coordinator (UNRC) in India. 'Thousands of Myanmar Muslims are killed and Millions are displaced, which are intolerable. It should be stopped amicably,' read the memorandum presented to the Ambassador of Mynamar. While the Memorandum presented to the UNRC in India, appealed UN to pass a resolution against the cruelty committed against the Rohingya Muslims of Arakan region of Myanmar. The End Source: IRNA
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