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2005: Indian Muslim Statements
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COUNCIL of INDIAN MUSLIMS (UK) 

British Indian Muslims Welcome Refusal of Entry to Modi in the US

London, 18 March, 2005: British Indian Muslims have welcomed the revocation of visa to Gujarat’s Chief Minister Narendra Modi. “We congratulate human rights and faith organisations in the US and in India who have been working hard to show Modi his due place in a civilised world. Modi’s humiliation is the victory of all those who have stood firm against his savage and sadist politics.” Chairman of Council of Indian Muslims — UK (CIM) Mr Munaf Zeena, presently on a visit in Gujarat said in a statement on phone today.

“It is ironic that the person who showed utter disregard to the sanctity of human life and Indian constitution is now trying to take refuge under the Indian constitution.” Said Zeena.

“While applauding the US Government for listening the voices of reason and sanctity, we wish British government had also listened to us when Modi visited UK in 2003 and shown him his stature in a civilised world.” Zeena added.

CIM and other Indian organisations had opposed the visit of Modi when he came to London in August 2003. However, unlike the US, British government, despite agreeing with CIM’s arguments, foreign office did not refuse entry to Modi saying, “…Modi’s visit is not on an invitation of the British government nor do we plan to have any contact with him while he is here.”

(Correspondence between CIM and British Foreign & Commonwealth Office can be seen on www.coim.org.uk) 

COUNCIL of INDIAN MUSLIMS (UK) 
66c Cazenove Road, Stoke Newington, London N16 6AA UK Tel: 020 8806 1147 Fax: 020 8806 6859, www.coim.org.uk , Email:  info@coim.org.uk
For further information please contact Munaf Zeena on 07956335384
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