To support and promote the interests of British Hindus to Parliament; to encourage political parties in the UK to actively engage with the British Hindu community; to consider campaigns and issues on behalf of British Hindus; to press for more government engagement with the Hindu community; to highlight and acknowledge the exceptional and significant contribution of the British Hindu community in all walks of life.
1. British Hindus
21/11/2018 - APPGs
Found: To support and promote the interests of British Hindus to Parliament; to encourage political parties
Emigration (and return) of Sikhs
3. Statements by Dr Abhijit Sarkar
28/04/2021 - Early Day Motions
Found: Dr Abhijit Sarkar to ease the unrest among British Hindus and Indians to ensure that there is no impact
4. Armed Forces and Hindu communities celebrate Raksha Bandhan
12/08/2016 - Ministry of Defence
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Found: the Raksha Bandhan festival is very clear.
For Hindus serving in the Armed Forces, Raksha Bandhan holds
5. Kashmiri Hindus and World Refugee Day
16/06/2021 - Early Day Motions
Found: people; highlights the special case of Kashmiri Hindus (Pandits) who continue to live as refugees in their
1. India: Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019
25/02/2020 - Grand Committee
1: pointed to changing attitudes. The British, for example, favoured Hindus after the 1857 rebellion as assisting - Speech Link
2: they will be predominantly non-Muslim—they will be Hindus, Parsis or Sikhs, but not Muslims. It is possible - Speech Link
3: citizenship.India is the historical home of Hindus and Sikhs, and it is these minorities who have - Speech Link
2. Recent Violence in India
03/03/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: Foreign Secretary is in Turkey today.The British high commission in New Delhi and our extensive - Speech Link
2: “India for the Hindus.” The CAA has generated nationwide protests by Muslims and secular Hindus, prompting - Speech Link
3: As recently as mid-February, officials from the British high commission raised our concerns about the impact - Speech Link
3. India: Persecution of Minority Groups
12/01/2021 - Westminster Hall
1: persecution currently being experienced in India by non-Hindus is very worrying and disturbing.I talked - Speech Link
2: Christians, those who are Muslims, and those who are Hindus.This move bears worrying similarities to - Speech Link
3: is integral to India—80% of the population are Hindus—and it is the most wonderful religion. Those who - Speech Link
4. Pakistan: Aid Programmes and Human Rights
02/07/2019 - Grand Committee
1: 70 years later, Pakistan’s Ahmadis, Christians, Hindus and minorities, such as the last 4,000 remaining - Speech Link
2: religious minorities, especially Christians and Hindus.In Pakistan, most of these minorities are - Speech Link
3: are subjected to unspeakable violence. Where is British aid money being spent? Will Her Majesty’s Government - Speech Link
5. Religious Intolerance and Prejudice
17/10/2018 - Lords Chamber
1: memorial to the Holocaust here at home. Leading British architect Sir David Adjaye has been appointed to - Speech Link
2: convergence of attacks on Jewish, black and Muslim British citizens all at the same time. I am not aware of - Speech Link
3: marginalised are, in some way, not considered to be fully British. Anti-Semitic, Islamophobic, anti-Hindu, anti-Sikh - Speech Link
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