New Delhi: – The Chinese communist rulers are massacring the Uyghurs in the same manner in which Nazis killed the Jews. Governor of Meghalaya, Tathagata Roy, made caustic criticism that therefore, there is a similarity between the Nazi rule in Germany and the rule of the Chinese communist party.
There is anger raging around the country against China for the cowardly attack on the Indian soldiers in the Galwan Valley in an act of betrayal. Moreover, China has raised disputes with nearly all its neighbours over land or marine regions, and the anti-China sentiment is growing. Almost all the responsible and leading countries of the world have realised that the Coronavirus pandemic has spread in the world because of China and the entire world is paying the price for it. Therefore, the sentiment against China is taking a global form.
In such a scenario, the real face of the ruthless and inhuman Chinese government has been exposed, and the massacre of the Uyghurs, atrocities against the Tibetan people, oppression in Hong Kong and language of attacking Taiwan are adding to the anger against China. Against this background, Governor of Meghalaya, Tathagata Roy, targeted China by blaming it of having activities similar to Nazi Germany, responsible for sparking the second world war.
A few days ago, Prime Minister Narendra Modi attacked the Chinese expansionist policies without naming China while addressing the Indian soldiers deployed at Leh. The entire world is threatened by expansionism. The Prime Minister said that finally, the expansionist powers lose and they are forced to retreat. The Prime Minister warned that China is creating a series of crisis in the world, in a different language. The Prime Minister also reminded China in precise words that at the same time, the expansionism always ends in a defeat.