Spectator Index declares India fifth most dangerous country to live
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Owing to the Modi government’s extremist and hate policies, Spectator Index has declared India as the world’s fifth most dangerous country to live.
According to the annual report of the renowned rating agency, Brazil is on the top of the list, while South Africa on second and Nigeria at third rank of the most dangerous countries during 2019.
India is among top five dangerous countries at the 5th place after Argentina. The UK and the US have been placed at 12th and 16th rank in the list.
In the survey, the Spectator Index has rated the countries in view of the state of human rights, exploitation of marginal groups, sexual crimes against children and women, rights abuse, curbs on freedom of expression and other social aspects life.
Most dangerous places to live, 2019.
2. South Africa
— The Spectator Index (@spectatorindex) January 18, 2020
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At a protest in front of New Delhi’s Jamia Millia Islamia university, which was stormed by police, leaving 200 students injured.