Title India: 1. Is the POTA Act still current? 2. Is the BJP still in power? Who is in opposition? 3. What is Janata Dal and which party is it aligned to, if any? 4. Please provide information about Shiva Sena. 5. Is it against the Janata Dal and/or Muslims? 6. Are Muslims subjected to harassment in India? 7. Please provide details of states where Muslims are most numerous and/or where they have the greatest percentage of the population. 8. Is there fighting amongst Muslims and Hindus at the anniversary of the Babri Mosque incident?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 8 August 2006
Country India
Topics Freedom of religion | Hindu | Minorities | Muslim | Opposition | Political groups | Political parties | Religious discrimination
Citation / Document Symbol IND30381
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, India: 1. Is the POTA Act still current? 2. Is the BJP still in power? Who is in opposition? 3. What is Janata Dal and which party is it aligned to, if any? 4. Please provide information about Shiva Sena. 5. Is it against the Janata Dal and/or Muslims? 6. Are Muslims subjected to harassment in India? 7. Please provide details of states where Muslims are most numerous and/or where they have the greatest percentage of the population. 8. Is there fighting amongst Muslims and Hindus at the anniversary of the Babri Mosque incident?, 8 August 2006, IND30381, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4b6fe2136.html [accessed 15 December 2017]
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