Sudheendra Kulkarni in The Sunday Express:
“The developments in Malaysia—the condition of Hindus in Bangladesh is far worse—pose an important question before India’s political and intellectual class: should India care for ethnic Indians in other countries? Or should our government simply sit quiet on the plea that this is an internal matter of a foreign country, in which it cannot interfere?
“Since the issue concerns primarily the Hindus, our ‘secularists’ will most likely advise the UPA government to ‘lay off’, which is exactly what Malaysian authorities have told our government leaders. The advice must not be heeded. India has a moral duty to act whenever ethnic Indians anywhere in the world suffer racial or religious persecution.”
Read the full column: Should India care for ethnic Indians in other countries?
The counter view: Malaysian Indians are Malaysians