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Title: Months After the Delhi riots, many victims still have memories of collective horror
Authors: Mohan, Deepanshu
Mistry, Jignesh
Agarwal, Shivani
Ayreen, Sarah
Mehtani, Tarini
Roychowdhary, Shrrijiet
Keywords: Delhi riots 2020
Communalism
Issue Date: 2-Nov-2020
Publisher: The Wire
Citation: Mohan, D. and others (November 02, 2020). Months After the Delhi riots, many victims still have memories of collective horror. The Wire
Abstract: During our conversations with Muslims who faced targeted violence in Shiv Vihar, Bhajanpura, Jaffarabad and Shahdhara areas, they expressed a sense of resentment and felt the state failed to protect or rehabilitate them.
URI: https://thewire.in/rights/delhi-violence-riots-muslim-victims-horror-memories
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