India calls on UN member states' to condemn attacks on all religions

India calls on UN member states' to condemn attacks on all religions

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India calls on UN member states' to condemn attacks on all religions

India on Wednesday called out UN member states' for selective condemnation of attacks on Abrahamic religions, leaving religions-like Hinduism, Buddhism, and Sikhism. At the 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), Indian diplomat Ashish Sharma said that with "selectivity" the world can never truly foster a culture of peace.

Speaking on the issue of "Culture of Peace", First Secretary asked, "Why is this selectivity? Overall, Hinduism has more than 1.2 billion, Buddhism has more 535 million, and Sikhism around 30 million followers. It is time that attacks against these religions are also added to earlier list of the three Abrahamic religions when such resolutions are passed.

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