‘Go Back to India’ trend haunts Indians in Europe, Gulf States and US

WASHINGTON: Hatred against Indians is massively increasing in Europe, the Arab world and the United States as a result of racist Hindutva agenda being pursued by Narendra Modi in India and other parts of the world wherever the Hindus are living in large number.

The Indian nationals are pursued by “Go Back to India” trend in the streets as well as on social media.

After the UK’s city Leicester, the “Go back to India” trend is being faced by the Indians in the US states and cities, especially in Texas where a few days ago a group of Indian women were chased by an American woman with the above slogan.

The incident, which was caught in a now-viral video took place in the parking lot of a restaurant in Plano, Texas. The four Indian women were heading back to their cars after having dinner when the American woman identified as Esmeralda Upton, approached them and said, “Go back to India.”

“Life has not been the same since the incident,” Dr Bidisha Rudra Rudra, one of the four Indian women told the media. “There’s a lot of trauma, emotional distress and a feeling of insecurity that keeps haunting me all the time. The assailant’s words keep ringing in my ears when I go to sleep.”

UP ATS arrests 6 members of PFI

Stepping up the crackdown on the Popular Front of India (PFI), the Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terror Squad arrested six members of the organisation from two different towns.

Four members of PFI were arrested from Meerut on the intervening night of Friday and Saturday while two others were nabbed in Varanasi during the same period last night.

Cases have been registered at the Kharkhoda Police Station in Meerut and in Thana Adampur, Varanasi.

Meanwhile, the largest-ever crackdown that was conducted against the Popular Front of India (PFI) members spread across 15 states was code-named “Operation Octopus”.

The joint teams of the Indian infamous National Investigative Agency (NIA) and Enforcement Directorate (ED) arrested over 106 PFI members in multiple raids spread across several states on September 22.

A large number of criminal cases have been registered in different states over the last few years against the PFI and its leaders and members for their involvement in many violent acts.

 

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