National Confederation of Human Rights Organisation (NCHRO) participated in the protest jointly organised by Concerned Indian Citizen in front of Syrian embassy in New Delhi against the ongoing genocide of Syrian people by Basharul Assad and his allies Iran, Russia, according to a release issued by NCHRO.
Delhi state NCHRO convener Ansar Indori said the Indian Government should immediately break all diplomatic relation with Syria and call back the ambassador from Syria and return the Syrian Ambassador from India.
Also, he said the reports coming from Aleppo those pro-government forces had executed civilians on including women and children. “This is a crime against humanity. They are punishing Syrian people only because people stood up against a brutal dictatorship and demanded democracy. Participants raised slogans against Bashar Al Assad and his government. Participants said that if genocide did not stop we would hold larger protests and rallies in future. Various organizations participated in the protest,” he said.
Okhla-headquartered Popular Front also condemned genocide of Syrian people.
Dr. Javed Jamil wrote: “With the Aleppo victory for Assad, the death-knell has been sounded for the West and its hegemony. Not able to digest what is happening, it is indulging in the media campaign highlighting the “bloodshed”. They never counted the dead when they killed more than 2 million in Iraq. They did not count either when they killed hundreds of thousands in Afghanistan and Libya. But since the “rebellion” planted by them in Syria started failing, they are busy in counting the dead.
“Instead of blaming them and their supporters for the majority of death, they blame Assad alone for the bloodshed. The truth is that the number of deaths on the Assad’s side is no less than the rest, and out of the rest a large number are rebels themselves. Nobody asks them why they sent weapons and militants to change a regime. They killed Saddam Hussein. They killed Ghaddafi. With failure in Syria, they will now not find it easy any more to attack a Muslim country with impunity.”