When actor Shah Rukh Khan was detained for a couple of hours at a New York airport recently, the media as well as Indian authorities went into overdrive and sought an apology from the United States administration. When American officials promptly said sorry for SRKs detention, the Indian government rejected the mechanical apology. Ironically, the very same government is in no mood to apologise to the hundreds of Muslim youth who have been illegally detained, tortured, branded terrorists and condemned, in spite of being innocent, says Manisha Sethi, Member of Jamia Teachers Solidarity As?
Apart form that the detention camps are horrible. reports also claimed that these innocent people were tortured , shamed and made to remain without any dress. the officers in duty would pee on them , so much so , that even lady officres had to have fun will urinate on them and make them drink urine. gods wrath will be fall on all of them and no sooner they will repent for their folly.