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India's Muslims face discrimination after Modi's win

Season 2024 Episode 174 | 8m 47s

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi secured a third term, but his party lost its majority in parliament. Modi portrays himself as a strong leader of a rising nation, but his ten years in office have been marked by a fierce crackdown on dissent and India's ethnic and religious minorities. Zeba Warsi reports with support from the Unity Productions Foundation.

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