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Ten reasons why Modi must resign: Part one

On India’s Independence Day, a group of Indians in the UK displayed a huge banner in London reading “RESIGN MODI”

Ten reasons why Modi must resign: Part one

On India’s Independence Day, a group of Indians in the UK displayed a huge banner in London reading “RESIGN MODI”

Ten reasons why Modi must resign: Part one

On India’s Independence Day, a group of Indians in the UK displayed a huge banner in London reading “RESIGN MODI”

Ten reasons why Modi must resign: Part one

On India’s Independence Day, a group of Indians in the UK displayed a huge banner in London reading “RESIGN MODI”

The Modi regime has undermined the real achievements of the past 75 years.

On 15th August 2021, India celebrated the 75th anniversary of its independence. It was a day to look back on the achievements of the past: how India became the world’s largest democracy, and one of its greatest economies; how poverty has been decreasing while healthcare and literacy rates improve; how the country is quickly becoming a world leader in science and technology.

Or rather it should have been. But over the past few years, since Narendra Modi came to power, India’s course has changed dramatically. These days, it’s not even clear if India can still be described as a democracy.

At dawn on Independence Day, South Asia Solidarity — a group representing Indians living in the UK — unfurled a huge banner over London’s Westminster Bridge bearing the message “RESIGN MODI”. They also published a list of ten reasons why it’s time for Modi to resign.

These ten points provide a clear summary of the problems that are destroying the achievements of the past 75 years.

Here are the first five.

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