SRINAGAR: National Front Chairman Nayeem Ahmad Khan on Monday said the minorities in India are “feeling insecure”.
“The minorities are feeling insecure by the growing extremism of Hindu fanatics in India. The Hindu extremist forces have extended their activities up to the disputed region of Jammu and Kashmir,” Khan said in a press statement issued here.
He appealed the world community to come to their rescue.
He said Indian Muslims were “already terrified” and “now Sikhs and Christians are also under tremendous pressure”. He expressed solidarity with the Sikh community, whose religious scriptures were desecrated recently.
He said Hindu extremist forces were being shielded by the politicians.
“See the masks these so-called rulers have put on their faces. They are collaborating with anti-Muslim forces and receive bodies of innocent Muslims,” he said, adding if the Udhampur-like attacks didn’t stop, “Kashmir will react against it”.