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2002: Indian Muslim Statements
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Council of Indian Muslims (UK)  

BRITISH INDIAN MUSLIMS BOYCOTT THE RECEPTION FOR INDIAN DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER

London, 21 August, 2002: Indian Muslims in UK have unanimously decided to boycott the reception hosted by the Indian High Commissioner Mr Ronan Sen, at his residence, today, to honour the Indian Deputy Prime Minister Mr L. K. Advani. 

The Chairman of the Council of Indian Muslims'  UK (CIM), Mr Munaf Zenna today sent a letter to the High Commissioner saying that 'in view of the inflexible stance of the Deputy Prime Minister in protecting and supporting the Chief Minister of Gujarat, Mr Modi whose credentials are now nationally and internationally known as the main stoker of anti-Muslim fever in the province and because of which thousands of Muslims have been massacred, their women dishonoured and their properties destroyed, the Executive Committee of the Council of Indian Muslims (UK) does not feel comfortable to attend this event and therefore wishes to offer your Excellency our apology in this regard./

'Excellency' reads the letter 'when our emotional scars caused by the Gujarat scenario are still very sore and the trauma of our memories of this torture not mitigated in any way, how can we be expected to share the niceties of a get-together with the person who has let us down in protecting our rights.'

Other organisations and community leaders who have also declined to attend the reception include the Indian Muslim Federation, Lancashire Council of Mosques, Lord Adam Patel and the former Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain Mr Yusuf Bhailok

Advani has been backing and supporting the Chief Minister of Gujarat, Narandra Modi, the plotter and author of Gujarat tragedy in which more than 2000 Muslims have been killed, hundreds of women have been raped and hundreds of mosques and shrines have been demolished.

In the 90s Advani also toured the country in his so called Rath Yatra (chariot journey) making anti-Muslim speeches and inciting ordinary citizens. He has been charge sheeted, by the CBI, for his involvement in the demolition of the 16th century Babri Mosque.

Last week Mr Munaf Zeena also sent a letter to the British Foreign Secretary Mr Jack Straw with writeups and reports by known Indian journalists about Advanis background which also threw light on the mindset of Advani who has deeply studied and imbibed ideas from Hitler's Mein Kaimpf. Mr Straw was requested to review his meeting with a person like Advani.

Sd/- Mohamed Munaf Zeena (Contact: 07956 335384)
COUNCIL OF INDIAN MUSLIMS (UK) 
68 Cazenove Road, Stoke Newington, London N16 6AA
Tel: 020 8806 1147 Fax: 020 8806 6859 Email: coimuk@hotmail.com, www.cimuk.org  
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