India should recall its ambassador from Egypt and play an active role in ensuring that peace prevails in the country, the All India Muslim Majlis-e Mushawarat (AIMMM), an umbrella body of Indian Muslim organisations, said Monday. Arguing that India has a policy of supporting democracy and human rights all over the world, several leaders representing different organisations demanded that the Indian ambassador be recalled. â€œThe least India can do if it really believes in democracy is to recall the Indian ambassador from Cairo,â€ political scientist Javed Jamil said in a press conference here Monday. Another leader and former parliamentarian Syed Shahabuddin said: â€œIndia should place an embargo on Egypt, recall the Indian ambassador from Cairo and take the issue to the United Nations.â€ He condemned the Indian governmentâ€™s lukewarm expression of â€œregretâ€ toward the events in Egypt. AIMMM president Zafarul-Islam Khan expressed â€œanguishâ€ that the Indian government had not taken a strong stand against the overthrow of President Mohammad Mursi in July despite its clear policy of supporting democracy and human rights all over the world. The Muslim leaders visited the Egyptian embassy in Delhi to convey their feelings to the ambassador. A memorandum containing their thoughts and suggestion was presented to the ambassador to be forwarded to the Egyptian interim government. Indian Muslims demand recall of Egypt ambassador | GulfNews.com Why are Indian Muslims feeling for Non-Indians so much? Will the Indian Muslims follow the actions of the Government of the Secular republic of India, Representative of all Indians or act as per the Quran - Holy Book of Mohammedian God Allah going against the Indian Position? Whom are they more Loyal to - Secularism or Quran?