Hate Wave In India: Should PM Speak Up?

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  • Published On: April 29, 2022
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Over 100 former bureaucrats have written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi flagging what they say is a "frenzy of hate" and "an escalation of hate violence across BJP-ruled states". Recently, the Supreme Court cracked down on hate speech, after which the Uttarakhand government refused permission for a religious event in Roorkee. But, with incidents of communal violence and hate being witnessed every few days, should the Prime Minister speak up?

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