New Delhi, Nov 30 (ANI): Indian gay men say they are being singled out and victimized in the country's fight against AIDS. As health workers and activists look forward to marking the World AIDS day on December 1 with some significant gains in their battle against the dreaded disease, Indian gay men said they are often targeted as the problem group and blamed for spreading the virus.Gay rights activist, Gautam Bhan, who had a tough time before coming out of the closet with his sexuality in front of his middle-class conservative parents, said Indians must stop creating an 'artificial divide' between the so-called high risk groups and heterosexuals, when it comes to AIDS. The members of the gay community in India say that even the government studies single out them as a high risk group, discriminating them from general population.