It is now a recognised reality that minorities are not safe in India. There are hundreds of international media and UN reports highlighting and exposing the so-called secular face of India. Even the journalists are not safe in India and are unable to practice true journalistic norms there. The recent blockage of a BBC documentary in India is an example showing true democratic values flourishing in Indian society. India is one of the most dangerous countries for journalists in world. The minorities living in India are living a very miserable life and are subjected to brutal anti-communal policies. Apart from Muslims other minorities especially Sikhs are also demanding their rights. Thousands of Sikhs were killed by state forces in past and most recently they are trying for their separate homeland and holding worldwide referendum for their Khalistan movement. Unfortunately, international Human rights organisations and world powers are not taking notice of this alarming situation prevailing in India.