Residents argue with police in the wake of 2013’s deadly Muzaffarnagar riots. Photo: AP

Muslim-Hindu violence in Uttar Pradesh helped India’s Modi take power. Six years on, peace could kick him out

  • Muzaffarnagar, in northern India’s Uttar Pradesh, was rocked by sectarian riots in 2013 that left 62 people dead and nearly 50,000 displaced
  • The violence helped propel Narendra Modi’s BJP to power, but six years on the communities are uniting – and see the party as a common enemy
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Residents argue with police in the wake of 2013’s deadly Muzaffarnagar riots. Photo: AP
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