Clouds of disruption by Anti-India groups loom over Howdy Modi event in Houston

People in Houston have claimed that some Khalistani and pro-Pakistan groups can come together to protest against Howdy Modi program.


Houston| The much-anticipated event of Prime Minister Narendra Modi ‘Howdy Modi’ in Houston might be disrupted by Anti-India elements. PM Modi left for the US late Friday night to attend the United Nations General Assembly. On the 22nd, he will address the Indian community with US President Donald Trump at the Howdy Modi event in Houston.

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Meanwhile, some people in Houston have claimed that some Khalistani and pro-Pakistan groups can come together to protest against Modi’s program. According to reports, some Pakistan supporters have started circulating hate messages about the program viral through WhatsApp, Facebook and Twitter.


“Pak-supported jihadists are spreading lies on Kashmir”

Mohan Sapru of the global Kashmiri Pandit community said that some jihadi Islamic organization people who are not from Kashmir are also misleading the people by lying about Kashmir. He said that the western media and American politicians are not yet aware of how the rape, murder and massacre of Kashmiri Hindus in Kashmir happened due to terrorism.

At the same time, Jaideep Singh, president of Sikh of America, Inc., an organization representing Sikhs in America, also gave information about Pak’s conspiracy. He said that Indian Hindus and minority Sikhs live better together in America. But the hate messages on social media are causing alienation among them. In some WhatsApp groups, such a message is being run that Prime Minister Modi is turning his back on violence against minorities.

Protests can also be held in United Nations General Assembly

It is reported that these groups can also reach New York after Houston to protest against Modi. The United Nations General Assembly is to meet here. According to the New York City Police, three groups have sought permission for the anti-Modi rally. These include an institute backed by Pakistan. According to the police, 7 thousand people can gather in these demonstrations.


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