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PM Modi's Firm Response Regarding Muslim Minority Rights in India: “Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikash” is The Only Reality

  • Posted on June 23, 2023
  • News
  • By Sakshi Gupta
PM Modi's Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikash

In a recent press conference, Prime Minister Narendra Modi responded with conviction when questioned about the rights of Muslims, asserting that India is a staunch democracy where discrimination has no place. The query focused on the measures the government intends to undertake to enhance minority rights in the country.


"India is a democracy, and democracy is deeply ingrained in our DNA, just as it is in America," stated PM Modi, highlighting the shared democratic values between the two nations.


He emphasized that democracy is not just a concept but a way of life in India, enshrined in the nation's Constitution. He made it clear that discrimination based on caste, creed, or religion is unequivocally rejected in India, stating, "That is why India believes in 'sabka saath, sabka vikas, sabka vishwas, sabka prayaas' and moves forward with it."


Prime Minister Narendra Modi responded with conviction when questioned about the right
Former US President Barack Obama

Earlier, former US President Barack Obama had suggested that President Joe Biden should raise concerns about minority rights in India during their meeting.


Obama expressed the view that protecting the rights of ethnic minorities is crucial for India's unity, cautioning that failure to do so could lead to internal conflicts and the disintegration of the country.


Obama stated, "If I had a conversation with PM Modi, who I know well, I would argue that if the rights of ethnic minorities in India are not safeguarded, there is a strong possibility that India will face fragmentation. We have witnessed the consequences of internal conflicts on a large scale. This is not only contrary to the interests of Muslim and Hindu communities but to the entire nation. Thus, it is vital to have honest discussions about such matters."


Obama stated, "If I had a conversation with PM Modi, who I know well, I would argue that if the rights of ethnic minorities in India
India's commitment to minority rights and inclusivity emphasized by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the US.

The issue of minority rights in India has garnered international attention in recent years, prompting debates and discussions on the topic.


India, as a diverse nation, places great importance on upholding the principles of democracy, inclusivity, and social harmony. The government continues to work towards ensuring equal rights and opportunities for all citizens, irrespective of their religious or ethnic background.


PM Modi's response reiterates India's commitment to safeguarding minority rights and promoting a pluralistic society. As the nation moves forward, the focus remains on fostering unity, development, and trust among all its citizens, regardless of their faith or background.



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