United Press International compares PM Modi to Hitler

The United Press International (UPI) has also likened Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the German leader, Hitler.

In an article in the United Press International, Col. (retd) Wes Martin said that under the guise of the Corona epidemic in India, the campaign against Muslims has intensified, they have been killed on the streets and they are not being treated in hospitals.

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According to Wes Martin, Modi and the BJP have accused Muslims for spreading the Corona epidemic, which has led to a double lockdown for Muslims in India.

He said that the army and police are not allowing Muslims to protest and in this situation the world has also not taken notice.

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Pertaining to PM Modi’s atrocities on the Indian-Muslims, Wes Martin said that in August 2019, the constitutional status of occupied Kashmir was changed to Union Territory, which was the starting point of the siege.

The UPI article goes on to say that before Hitler’s occupation of Czechoslovakia and Slovakia, the Germans had spread chaos there.

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According to the United Press International, just as Hitler set up camps for Jews, Modi also set up camps for Muslims.

Wes Martin added in his article that Modi also rejected Imran Khan’s offer of talks under Hitler’s thinking, he is increasing tensions with Pakistan instead of reducing tensions, to start an exchange of aggressive patrolling on the Line of Control and that this move by Modi seems to be an excuse to start a war.

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The United Press International said that the United Nations, the United States and Western Europe are silent on the issue of camps even though the international community should put pressure on Modi and stop atrocities and genocide against Muslims in India.

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