LAHORE - BJP is leading the so-called second largest democracy of the world to the path of disintegration with growing oppressive actions against minorities and sponsoring terrorism in neighbouring states, say political party leaders.

Under the Modi regime, minorities are being unmercifully murdered on the streets of India whether Muslims, Sikhs or Hindu castes.

Indian union minister, General (r) VK Singh commenting over the murder of two Dalit children in Haryana said, “If someone throws stones at a dog, the government is not responsible.”

Singh was the man who while commanding the Indian army left a long charge-sheet of atrocities against Kashmiris fighting for their right of self determination according to the UN resolutions.

There is a lot of hue and cry among sensible circles of India on the remarks of General Singh and the growing atrocities against minorities and people of Occupied Kashmir.

PTI Punjab organiser Chaudhary Sarwar commenting over Indian union minister remarks said, “Growing actions against minorities and Kashmiris under the umbrella of BJP-led Modi government will ultimately lead to disintegration of the so-called second largest democracy of the world.” “Nobody is safe in Indian democracy whether Muslims, Sikhs, Schedule castes or Kashmiris as well as its neighbours” he added.

He observed that the Modi government’s actions endorsed Pakistan position concerning no seat for New Delhi at the United Nations Security Council.

“The Modi government blames others for terrorism but the regime itself is involved in terrorism against its citizens and sponsoring it in neighbouring countries especially Pakistan,” he remarked. He urged the international community to take notice of the Indian atrocities.

Khurram Nawaz Gandapur PAT secretary general warned the international community of a dangerous situation if the atrocities against minorities were not stopped. “The entire region can be engulfed in flames if India does not stop violence against minorities,” he added.

“Reports on growing violence against minorities and sponsoring terrorism in the neighbouring countries especially Pakistan hints to a possible dangerous situation in the region at anytime. The Indian government is panicked after losing support for a seat in United Nations Security Council,” observed Gandapur.

PML-Q Punjab general secretary Chaudhry Zaheerud Din analysing Singh’s remarks, said, “It has now become evident that the so-called second largest democracy of the world is crumbling because of its actions and sooner or later it will fall down. The largest democracy is marching forward to its logical end.”

“There are more than 20 separatist movements in India and with the revival of the most recent Sikh movement the future of the self-proclaimed democracy seems bleak,” said the PML-Q leader.

Zaheer remarked that the Indian union minister’s position over the killings of two Dalit children have exposed its claims of being the second largest democracy in the world.

“The comity of nations must play a swift role to control the dying Indian elephant before it engulfs the entire region into the flames of its war,” he warned.