The Periscope reporter
ccording to a survey conducted by ‘The Spectator Index’, India is the first of the Asian countries in the list, listed as most dangerous countries.
Brazil ranks first, South Africa second and Nigeria ranks third overall, according to Spectators Index’s list of the most dangerous countries in 2019.
The Spectators Index categorises countries in terms of the security situation. The organisation also divides the companies’ financial credentials and offerings into various levels, in terms of importance and respect, along with defence spending from different countries
Brazil ranks first, South Africa second and Nigeria third, according to the Spectators Index’s list of the most dangerous countries in 2019. India is the first of the Asian countries in the list, which is ranked fifth.
In the list released by the Spectators Index, the UK ranks 12th and the United States 16th. Human rights, public exploitation, abuse of children and women are part of the index’s report.
Factors like seizing rights, restricting freedom of expression and deprivation of fundamental rights are also included in this ranking.
It should be remembered that the UN Security Council recently met in New York to discuss the tense situation in India-administered Kashmir and the outrage over the Line of Control. The meeting was called by China at the request of Pakistan, which was the second important meeting on the situation in India-administered Kashmir in six months
The Spectator Index: Most dangerous places to live, 2019.
2. South Africa