Release Malaysian Hindu Leaders- Human Rights Organisations

published on November 25, 2007

FEDERATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANISATIONS OF INDIA

8,TODERMAL LANE, BENGALI MARKET, NEW DELHI-110001

25th November 2007

RT. HON. DATO’
SERI ABDULLAH AHMAD BADAWI
Hon. Prime Minister of Malaysia

Your Highness,

The citizens and the Human Rights organisations of India are deeply concerned about violations of Human Rights of the Hindus and other religious minorities in Malaysia who have been marginalized and are destined to remain permanently colonialized .

We are sorry to note that representatives of Hindu community have been denied their fundamental right of peaceful assembly to demand equal rights and considerations from the government of Malaysia at Kuala Lumpur on 25 th Novmber,2007.

We strongly condemn the brutal attack by police authorities on Hindu demonstrators who had gathered to take a petition to the British High Commission at Kuala Lumpur today. We also condemn the arrest of Human rights activist Mr. P. Waytha Moorthy, Mr. P. Uthayakumar and Mr. V. Ganabatrirau by the Government of Malaysia.

We demand the immediate and unconditional release of Mr. Waytha and his associates. We also demand the immediate withdrawal of all the prosecutions and restrictions imposed upon the Human Rights and Hindu activists in Malaysia.

Rajesh K. Gogna

Convenor

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