Mr Modi, Break Your Silence, Stop Genocide of Rohingyas! [Sign Citizens’ Appeal]

Dear friends,

We request you to sign the petition below and share it widely.

TEXT OF PETITION

We, the citizens of India, strongly condemn the heinous genocide of Rohingya minorities, underway in Myanmar.

We are shocked by the callousness and complicity of the Government of Myanmar and its abominable indifference to the wide-spread criticism and concerns raised by the United Nations, international media, civil society, and human rights organisations to the horror unfolding within its territory.

We are equally appalled by the silence of our own Government to this brazen state-led violence in our immediate neighborhood.

We call upon India’s Prime Minister who is visiting Myanmar this week to raise the issue of the unacceptable and horrifying human rights violations being carried out by Myanmar’s ruling dispensation against a marginalised, abjectly poor, and hapless people.

At a time when Nobel laureates have unequivocally condemned the massacre of Rohingyas, it is unfortunate that the Indian government has chosen to distance itself from the foreign policy principles of support for freedom, democracy, and human rights, which have been India’s most cherished values since independence.

We demand that the bloodbath in Myanmar be stopped immediately and that the Indian government take a firm stand on the issue during the Prime Minister’s visit.

No Title

We, the citizens of India, strongly condemn the heinous genocide of Rohingya minorities, underway in Myanmar.

We are shocked by the callousness and complicity of the Government of Myanmar and its abominable indifference to the wide-spread criticism and concerns raised by the United Nations, international media, civil society, and human rights organisations to the horror unfolding within its territory.

We are equally appalled by the silence of our own Government to this brazen state-led violence in our immediate neighborhood.

We call upon India's Prime Minister who is visiting Myanmar this week to raise the issue of the unacceptable and horrifying human rights violations being carried out by Myanmar's ruling dispensation against a marginalised, abjectly poor, and hapless people.

At a time when Nobel laureates have unequivocally condemned the massacre of Rohingyas, it is unfortunate that the Indian government has chosen to distance itself from the foreign policy principles of support for freedom, democracy, and human rights, which have been India's most cherished values since independence.

We demand that the bloodbath in Myanmar be stopped immediately and that the Indian government take a firm stand on the issue during the Prime Minister's visit.

[your signature]

277 signatures

Share this with your friends:

   

Latest Signatures
277 kadayam s. Sep 23, 2017
276 অভি (Avi) . Sep 19, 2017
275 cheema h. Sep 13, 2017
274 Nunae K. Sep 13, 2017
273 Nurul K. Sep 13, 2017
272 ramana m. Sep 11, 2017
271 Mustafa C. Sep 11, 2017
270 Mir A. Sep 10, 2017
269 MD.Rafi U. Sep 10, 2017
268 Md R. Sep 10, 2017
267 Abdul MUJEEB Shahi S. Sep 10, 2017
266 Ishak M. Sep 10, 2017
265 Mohamed I. Sep 10, 2017
264 S H. Sep 09, 2017
263 ZAIGUM ABBAS M. Sep 09, 2017
262 U B. Sep 09, 2017
261 Zeeshan A. Sep 09, 2017
260 Faheem A. Sep 09, 2017
259 Nagaraju T. Sep 09, 2017
258 Tauseef A. Sep 09, 2017
257 debjanee g. Sep 08, 2017
256 Yashaashvi V. Sep 08, 2017
255 S. Anayna S. Sep 08, 2017
254 Devaki K. Sep 07, 2017
253 TARANNUM S. Sep 07, 2017
252 Navid Q. Sep 07, 2017
251 sarthak n. Sep 07, 2017
250 Azmer K. Sep 07, 2017
249 Shriram S. Sep 07, 2017
248 naaz h. Sep 07, 2017
247 Deb L. Sep 07, 2017
246 Aziza Z. Sep 07, 2017
245 Ubaid D. Sep 07, 2017
244 Godwin J. Sep 07, 2017
243 Kamran M. Sep 07, 2017
242 Chiinzamoi S. Sep 07, 2017
241 Ashok J. Sep 07, 2017
240 Shaheen Z. Sep 07, 2017
239 Urvashi V. Sep 07, 2017
238 Randy M. Sep 07, 2017
237 Parasuram T. Sep 07, 2017
236 valdean . Sep 07, 2017
235 asgar c. Sep 07, 2017
234 Archana Z. Sep 07, 2017
233 sonal m. Sep 06, 2017
232 Mohamed H. Sep 06, 2017
231 Muhammad S. Sep 06, 2017
230 Bahist E J. Sep 06, 2017
229 A Sunil D. Sep 06, 2017
228 Asif A. Sep 06, 2017

 

  • K SHESHU BABU

    Even though Myanmar has new democratically elected government, the plight of rohingyas remains pathetic. They are being forced to move from one nation to another in search of shelter. Even India has not responded positively to their genuine concerns. Their rehabilitation should be taken up on a priority basis and India must take initiative

    • JGN

      How Rohingyas is the responsibility of Modi? When Indian Muslims are not safe under Modi, how Rohingyas can be safe here?