"PM Modi has opened the world to India after he insulted Indians by addressing our problems and policies in America. So, we are going to show the other side by highlighting the communal tension in this country. The UN is not capable of doling out justice and we know that, but the world needs to know this," Khan told reporters.

Khan further said the Prime Minister is creating an image that India is uncultured and rife with corruption, which is why he will raise the issue of minorities being targeted.

"We will mention that the Muslim community is being targeted and being exposed to disrespecting language and uncivilized behaviour. The human rights of Muslims are being violated and an environment of fear is being created. Preparations to make India a Hindu nation is in full swing," Khan stated.

Referring to the Dadri lynching case, Khan said Prime Minister Modi needed to address the issue of communal violence and added it was high time that concrete action is taken.

"If simply on the basis of rumours this amount of destruction is capable, then the situation has progressed from dangerous to alarming. But Modi ji remains silent and keeps backing violence instigators," he added.

 

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Azam Khan takes on PM Modi, says will raise 'communal violence' at UN

 

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Minority Welfare and Urban Development Minister Azam Khan today said that he would take the issue of rampant communal violence in India to the United Nations and also appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to stop those who are spreading violence and communalism across the country.

 

"PM Modi has opened the world to India after he insulted Indians by addressing our problems and policies in America. So, we are going to show the other side by highlighting the communal tension in this country. The UN is not capable of doling out justice and we know that, but the world needs to know this," Khan told reporters.

 

Khan further said the Prime Minister is creating an image that India is uncultured and rife with corruption, which is why he will raise the issue of minorities being targeted.

 

"We will mention that the Muslim community is being targeted and being exposed to disrespecting language and uncivilized behaviour. The human rights of Muslims are being violated and an environment of fear is being created. Preparations to make India a Hindu nation is in full swing," Khan stated.

 

Referring to the Dadri lynching case, Khan said Prime Minister Modi needed to address the issue of communal violence and added it was high time that concrete action is taken.

 

"If simply on the basis of rumours this amount of destruction is capable, then the situation has progressed from dangerous to alarming. But Modi ji remains silent and keeps backing violence instigators," he added.