The hot-button word of Indian politics these days is tolerance. For weeks, the controversy about the state of tolerance in the nation has dominated public debates.
There is a clash between two narratives, with few moderating voices.
The dispute is highly ideological and also partisan. One camp, call them
the apologists, downplays the acts of violence against members of
minorities. They are typically found on the side of the government led
by the Hindu Nationalist BJP.
More liberally minded groups and individuals have assembled on the
opposite side. They make no secret of their dislike for Prime Minister
Modi and his government.
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