Indian women and children display slogans written with henna on their palms during a protest against a new citizenship law in Bangalore, India on March 1. Photo: AP Indian women and children display slogans written with henna on their palms during a protest against a new citizenship law in Bangalore, India on March 1. Photo: AP
Indian women and children display slogans written with henna on their palms during a protest against a new citizenship law in Bangalore, India on March 1. Photo: AP
Suchitra
Opinion

Opinion

Suchitra

Forget Facebook gimmicks, will Modi answer to the women hurt by the religious fervour he’s unleashed?

  • As the Indian prime minister continues to force his Hindu nationalist agenda on a nominally secular state, he fails to realise who he is hurting most
  • He can play the messiah on social media, but that does not help the women protesting on the streets who are suffering because of his legislation

Indian women and children display slogans written with henna on their palms during a protest against a new citizenship law in Bangalore, India on March 1. Photo: AP Indian women and children display slogans written with henna on their palms during a protest against a new citizenship law in Bangalore, India on March 1. Photo: AP
Indian women and children display slogans written with henna on their palms during a protest against a new citizenship law in Bangalore, India on March 1. Photo: AP
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