Rajinder Sachar, former Chief Justice of Delhi High Court and a leadinh illuminory of the human rights campaign in India has come out with a strange analyasis. He is rehabilitated by the present regime in India, the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) lead by Mrs. Sonia Gandhi. Naturally, he praises the UPA gogovernment for the de-escalation of communal tension in the country. Forgetting conveniently that the de-escalation of communal tension is the post-liberalisation phase in the country barring aberrations such as Gujarat communal carnage. People are so busy in meeeting their daily necessities that they hardly have any time for ‘luxuries’ such as communal riots. Secondly, according to Sachar, Muslims are the worst victims of globalisation in India. In an interview to The Hindu newspaper, he said , ” A large number of Muslims are artisans and craftsmen. Their products are threatened by cheap imports from abroad. The Chinese silk or imported carpetrs and leather products tend to throw silk weavers in Karnataka or leather-goods maker in Uttar Pradesh and carpet-makers in Karnataka out of job. Also, the foreign direct investment(FDI), facilitated by globalisation, helps to boost mechanisation and automation, which edge human labour out and drastically cut jobs. Since Musloims number is very low in the service sector, particularly in Government jobs, they cannot duck the harsh blow of globalisation. They face open competition.” These well wishers with corrosive mindset, suiting to their vested interests, are the worst enemies of the Indian Muslims. They wish to keep the Muslims alienated from the mainstream. Does poverty alone afflicts Muslims? Are all the artisand Muslims alone? Moreover, the tide of globalisation in the fast becoming global village cannot be stopped. Better, Indians adjust outselves to the fast changing world and to brace themselves to face it, irrespective of their religious faith. Indian Muslims does not need enemy when they have friends and self-appointed advisors and pontiffs such as Rajindar Sachar.