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Obama Urges President Biden to Address India's Minority Rights and Internal Divisions Issues

  • Posted on June 23, 2023
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Former US President Barack Obama has commented on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the United States and emphasized the need for President Joe Biden to raise concerns about the rights of minority groups in India. Obama went as far as to suggest that India might face divisions and potential disintegration if the rights of ethnic minorities are not protected.

 

Obama expressed that it is critical for the US President to uphold principles and address upsetting trends, whether publicly or behind closed doors. He stressed the noteworthiness of safeguarding the rights of minority communities in India.

 

Obama asserted that if he had the opportunity to talk with Prime Minister Modi, he would argue that dismissing the rights of ethnic minorities might lead to significant inside conflicts.

 

Obama asserted that if he had the opportunity to talk with Prime Minister Modi, he would argue
Former US President Barack Obama urges President Biden to address minority rights in India during PM Modi’s visit. Concerns raised about internal divisions.


He noted that such conflicts are not only detrimental to the Muslim population in India but would also affect the Hindu community. Thus, he called for open and fair discussions on these important issues.

 

The full interview, scheduled to be aired on Thursday night, highlighted Obama's belief that engaging with leaders of other countries, even those with imperfect equitable records is a significant portion of a President's responsibilities. He recognized the relevance of such engagements for national security and economic interests.

 Former US President Barack Obama has commented on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the United States and emphasized the need for President Joe Biden


These remarks from Obama came amidst Prime Minister Modi's visit to the United States, during which he got a warm welcome at the White House. The Indian Prime Minister was greeted with ceremonial honors, including a 19-gun salute and the playing of national anthems.

 

Obama's comments underscore the importance of addressing the rights of minority groups, especially Muslims in India, during diplomatic engagements. It highlights the ongoing discussions surrounding democratic values and inclusivity within the context of international relations.

 

 

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