OIC raises concern over hijab ban, genocidal calls in India


Jeddah, February 15 (KYA): The General Secretariat of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has communicated profound worry over late open requires the annihilation of Muslims in Hindu Parliaments, badgering of Muslim ladies via online media, and the forbidding of female Muslim understudies wearing the hijab.

“They proceeded with assaults focusing on Muslims and their places of love, the new pattern of hostile to Muslim regulations in various States and rising occurrences of viciousness against Muslims on unstable affections by ‘Hindutva’ bunches without any potential repercussions, are characteristic of the developing pattern of Islamophobia,” said a proclamation by OIC.

The OIC General Secretariat additionally called upon the global-local area, particularly the UN components and Special Procedures of the Human Rights Council, to go to fundamental lengths in such a manner.

The OIC General Secretariat urges India to guarantee the wellbeing, security, and prosperity of the Muslim people group while safeguarding the lifestyle of its individuals and to bring the provocateurs and culprits of demonstrations of brutality and disdain wrongdoings against them to equity.

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation is a worldwide association established in 1969, comprising of 57 parts states.