Here is a report about minorities of Bhrat. It will never be splashed all over the NYT or the Washington Post.
It want be repeated over Fox a dozen times. It barely made it on Bharat’s most liberal paper “The Hindu”, but it even there it was laced with apologies and excuses.
The Sachar report said that the condition of Muslims in Bharat was worse off than the condition of the Untouchables and Dalits. Two new American reports now state that the condition of Muslims in Bharat are getting worse. In fact the incidence of hunger in Gujarat (which is a rich state) is in fact growing.Abusaleh Shariff, lead economist of the Sachar Committee report.
The research was created by Abusaleh Shariff, lead economist of the Sachar Committee report, and is due out in December. Abusaleh Shariff, chief economist at the National Council for Applied Economic Research (NCAER), Gujarat surprisingly emerges as a State with high levels of hunger mostly among Muslims. The hunger levels in Gujarat are higher than in Tamil Nadu and West Bengal, and even higher than in Uttar Pradesh.
- Two India reports by the US-India Policy Institute, a Washington-based think-tank, has described a steady decline in the key human development indicators (HDI) of Muslims, and the high hunger levels in Gujarat.
- Anil B Deolalikar, Riverside economist of the University of California is the lead author of the International Food Policy Research Institute’s India Hunger Index. He is also on the US-India Policy Institute’s panel.
- The institute’s Gujarat paper, titled Relative Development of Gujarat and Socio-Religious Differentials makes excuses for the program not working