Delhi Violence: Breaking The Economic Spine Of A Community
The Muslims in this part of Shiv Vihar were decidedly vulnerable because they were fewer in number and poorer, being relatively more recent migrants from UP. They lost everything: those who had their homes stared on near-empty spaces and seemed reconciled to spending a longer time in a relief camp than what they initially thought.
Indeed, those who lived as tenants in Hindu homes knew they cannot return. Their documents – prized far more than gold and silver – are gone so how will they pass the arduous CAA “proof centered” test?…
Was the Delhi violence a sleight of hand to render the vulnerable Muslims completely defenceless before the state and neutralise the opposition to the citizenship act?
India has slid to being a majoritarian state in economic despair – By Manmohan Singh (Mar 6, 2020, The Hindu)
Delhi pogrom is an attempt to divert attention from government’s failures – By Suraj Yengde (Mar 8, 2020, Indian Express)
I Visited Nine Broken Mosques and Then I Gave Up – By Ajaz Ashraf (Mar 9, 2020, News Click)
Five Days Of Covering Death, Fear and Sorrow In Delhi – By Ravish Ranjan Shukla (Mar 5, 2020, NDTV)https://www.ndtv.com/blog/five-days-of-covering-death-fear-and-sorrow-in-delhi-2190211