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India declares the US human rights report to be extremely biased and says it has no value.


The US Human Rights Report that highlighted the violence in Manipur and the murder of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar was deemed “deeply biased” by the External Affairs Ministry.

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  • India responds to US’s Human Rights Report
  • Report mentioned Manipur, tax-raids on BBC, killing of Khalistani terrorist in Canada
  • Report is ‘deeply biased’ and Indian government ‘attaches no value’, says MEA

The Human Rights Report published by the US State Department is “deeply biased,” according to the External Affairs Ministry, which also stated that the Union government “attaches no value to it” on Thursday.

The report focused on “significant” atrocities that occurred in Manipur after ethnic warfare broke out in May 2023, as well as tax authorities’ raids on the BBC and instances of international repression, such as the Canadian government’s assassination of Sikh activist Hardeep Singh Nijjar.

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