Prime Minister Narendra Modi made history this November when he became the first Indian Prime Minister to address The UK parliament. However, in contrast to the red carpet the government rolled out, the people of London protested in the streets, demanding answers to the alleged growing intolerance towards minority groups and voices of dissent in India.
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The persecution of religious minorities was perhaps the loudest cry on the streets. Does this mean India is threatening the religious freedom it promises in its constitution?
Read more about religious tensions in India:
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