Nobody will persecute them in India its the place where they speak an Indian language and where they originated in fact.
Why not raise the problem in Europe,before they cause even worse problems when they grow in numbers here? Its time for a solution by now,i think !
Roma=India thats it !
Since the Roma (gypsy) way of life seems to be incompatible with European society, perhaps the Roma should seek asylum in India. As India is the Roma's ancestral homeland, they have a special obligation to help the Roma and allow their return if they so desire. India may be more hospitable to their culture and it has a long history of integrating diverse peoples as well.
Yes, the Roma should look for support from India. Other nations should also provide support. Across Europe, the Roma people are deprived of their rights. They've been discriminated against for centuries, under claims that they commit illegal activities and don't hold status as legal citizens. What most people don't recognize is that many Roma people are trafficked and live in slums. Although the Roma tie to India isn't definite, all nations should fight for human rights.
The Roma should not look for supports from India because they would get turned downed on their offer. They do not have a good relationship with India so the Roma would have to look elsewere for support. The Roma have troubled relationships with quite a few countries so help might be hard to come by.
I believe that he shouldnt look for support from India If we are to run a country you should first pull on your own resources if you need assistance then possibly ask for it but I have never heard of india being a great help to other countrys so Roma shouldnt rely on help.
I personally think that Roma should not look for support from India because India did not want to consider a support to Roma causing Roma to lose people as well as their society affected so many families. I personally think that Roma should not look for support from India because it affected them in the long run.