You donít need to read any thing, as I have already translated the phrase which you questioned.
I have attached the link as proof, that it is reported on BBC.
If my translation is wrong than many members or moderators might have responded already.
BTW, don't act that this is first time when ethnic crimes are made under state protection. There will hardly be a single day in India's 60 years history when minorities are not targeted because of there religion. Hundreds of thousands of non-Muslims had been killed since inception of Hindustan, either by Hindutva activists or either by state security personals.
Now, I just read again on BBC Urdu that today a Muslim family house has been burnt in which one died and three members were injured and this happened in Madhya Perdaish by activists of RSS.
Heaven sake, be honest to your self and stop claiming India a secular state where an animal belonging to Hindu have more rights than a Muslim or Christian human.
Where converting from Hinduism means extra judicial killing by extremists under state protection.
It is not secularism; to the contrary it is extreme extreme of religious extremism. Which in other words means, you are far far away from labeling your self secular?
Secularism is your fantasy.
You claim to be democratic where as you have martial laws like; POTA, TADA, OSA and many more, which are primarily used to victimized non-Hindus.
No wonder Hindus get undue opportunities in India so they feel different and cannot imagine how a day to day life is for a non-Hindu.
Muslims in India, live their lives counting days they survived, without getting killed and arrested.
In this Indian life reality, no wonder Indian Muslims have lost there sense of freedom and basic rights and many donít complain at all.
In India all ethnic crimes do not appear in press until it is a case of death.
No wonder if Muslims in Indian army are treated similarly.
Your state securities are not only equal accomplices in these regular ethnic crimes, instead they have history of shooting Muslims and declaring it encounter.
Have you ever wondered why most encounters happened with suppressed minorities?