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Wrong to hold religious minorities responsible for spreading corona: US official

The growing cases of corona virus in the country have become worrisome. The American officer’s allegation of spreading it on the people of Tablighi Jamaat is clearly wrong. US Ambassador Sam Brownback said that we all know that Corona came from where, it is not right to accuse the outbreak at this time. At the same time, he has appealed to the government to ensure that minorities get the necessary help.

Washington: The US has blamed religious minorities for the spread of the Corona virus as “wrong”. They believe that governments around the world should aggressively reject the “game of accusation-repugnance” over the root of Kovid-19. US Ambassador for International Religious Freedom Sam Brownback requested religious groups to follow social distance. At the same time, there is a demand for the release of peaceful religious prisoners all over the world, especially in Iran and China. When asked if he spoke to Indian officials about trending the Corona Jihad hashtag, he said, “I have not spoken to the Indian authorities yet.”

Let us tell you that Brownback’s comments have brought about the religious organization of Tablighi Jamaat in Nizamuddin area of ​​New Delhi which has emerged as a major center of spreading corona virus in India. Brownback told reporters during a conference call on the impact of Corona on religious minorities, “I say that religious groups should maintain social distance.” We need to do this.

In response to a question, Brownback said that the US is tracking the movement of blaming religious minorities for the Kovid-19 virus. He said, “Unfortunate it is happening in different places. It is wrong for governments to do so. Governments should stop this and state clearly that it is not the source of the corona virus. Religious minority communities are not responsible for this. “But unfortunately we are seeing allegations and counter-accusations in various places of the world and we hope that the governments will dismiss it aggressively.” The watch appealed to work with religious minorities and ensure that they get the necessary resources and help.

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