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Democracy Aaj Kal: Imposition of Hindi, Sant Ravidas Temple, ChandraShekhar Azad

19 Sep 2019

In today's talk, Teesta Setalvad talks about the row over Hindi as the official language, demolition of the 500-year old Sant Ravidas Temple and the Dalit agitation over it and the subsequent arrests of 50+ people including Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad.

The question is 'Do we want a thriving multi-partied parliamentary democracy'?

 

Democracy Aaj Kal: Imposition of Hindi, Sant Ravidas Temple, ChandraShekhar Azad

In today's talk, Teesta Setalvad talks about the row over Hindi as the official language, demolition of the 500-year old Sant Ravidas Temple and the Dalit agitation over it and the subsequent arrests of 50+ people including Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad.

The question is 'Do we want a thriving multi-partied parliamentary democracy'?

 

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