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Modi’s complicity in the 2002 Gujarat riots has been almost forgotten

Why are heads of state granted such a high level of diplomatic immunity?

Modi’s complicity in the 2002 Gujarat riots has been almost forgotten

Why are heads of state granted such a high level of diplomatic immunity?

Modi’s complicity in the 2002 Gujarat riots has been almost forgotten

Why are heads of state granted such a high level of diplomatic immunity?

Modi’s complicity in the 2002 Gujarat riots has been almost forgotten

Why are heads of state granted such a high level of diplomatic immunity?

Political leaders should be held to account.

It’s unclear what India’s relationship with the new American presidency will be, but during the last four years of Donald Trump’s presidency the friendship between Washington and Delhi went from strength to strength. Narendra Modi was welcomed with open arms – perhaps because he and Trump shared a similar style of leadership.

Yet only fifteen years ago Modi was banned from visiting the US altogether. In 2005, when he was leader of the BJP and Chief Minister of Gujarat, he applied for a visa to the United States and was refused.

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