Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to get a lot of respect in America, but some people have protested against the alleged violation of human rights in the disputed Kashmir region. However, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is going to honor Narendra Modi despite the protests. A dozen people associated with ‘Justice for All’, some of them wearing T-shirts with ‘Free Kashmir’, handed over a signature of 100,000 applicants to the Gates Foundation’s Seattle headquarters on Monday in which they signed the world’s largest private And appealed to the non-profit not to honor Modi for ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’, a cleanliness initiative of India.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to get a lot of respect in America
Javed Alexander, a protestor in Seattle who says he is a former Microsoft employee, praised the foundation of Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and called him an inspiration. Alexander said, “That’s why we are so disappointed that the Foundation will honor a person who is clearly violating human rights in India.” The Gates Foundation said in a statement that it would respect the views of the applicants But we will give Modi our annual ‘Goalkeepers Global Goals’ award for providing sanitation to 500 million people in India. “We work on specific issues where we feel we can make the most changes in the lives of the world’s poorest people,” the Gates Foundation statement said. Modi will receive the Foundation’s award in the US next week. . Prime Minister Modi will also attend a rally in Houston with US President Donald Trump.