Oct 23rd
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South Asia

India's Modi under fire for silence over anti-Muslim incidents

World Bulletin/News Desk

Several commentators said Modi's failure to speak out about the incidents risked encouraging aggressive behaviour by fringe elements of his party and related organisations.

India's new Prime Minister Narendra Modi is facing criticism for remaining silent about anti-Muslim incidents in the past week, underscoring fears that his Hindu nationalist followers will upset religious relations in the multi-faith nation.


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