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Ten reasons why Modi must resign: Part two

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 two

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 two

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 two

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

A group of Indians in London have issued a list of ten reasons why it’s time for Narendra Modi to resign. It’s a clear summary of the key problems in India today.

“We, a group of diaspora members and friends standing in solidarity with the people of India, are demanding the resignation of Narendra Modi, the chief architect of this violence, injustice, and criminal negligence,” said a spokesperson for South Asia Solidarity, the group responsible for the protest.

The group’s call for Modi to quit provides a clear and powerful list of reasons why it’s time for a change of government in India. The first five points, detailed in part one of this article, address the rise in anti-Muslim rhetoric, the high levels of rape and other forms of violence against Dalits, the corporate takeover of agriculture, the silencing and imprisonment of human rights defenders, and the harsh military crackdown in Kashmir.

The next five points conclude their convincing case for new Indian leadership.

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