Four members of German Parliament talk about the human right crisis in India

Member of German Parliament, Michel Brandt (Die Linke), talks about the pressure Modi’s regime has put on the Indian democracy, assault on free speech and attack on organizations like the Amnesty, and the fact that it could become necessary for Germany to take steps if the situation worsens in the coming days.

“We are concerned about the human rights situation in India,” said Member of German Parliament, Mr. Schwabe about his concern regarding the human rights situation in India, atrocities on the minorities, importance of human rights in a democracy, and how India needs to commit itself to human rights.

Mr. Schwabe is also a member of the Human Rights and Humanitarian Aids Committee of the German Parliament.

Mr. Frank Heinrich is a member of the German Parliament from the CDU Fraction. He is also a member of the Human Rights and Humanitarian Aids Committee of the Parliament. He spoke about the human rights situation in India and the rising Hindutva politics in the country. He also comments on the German Ambassador’s visit to the RSS camp in Nagpur, the importance of secularism in a democracy and more.

Mr. Peter Heidt, a Member of German Parliament (Bundestag), and member of committee on Human Rights and Humanitarian aid. He talks about his work in committee, challenges to Human Rights worldwide, and also about the Human Rights situation in India.

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