In this conversation with Abhilasha of the Indian Cultural Forum, Harsh Mander, director of Centre for Equity Studies, talks about the direct consequence of a leadership that thrives on bigotry, hatred and polarising the nation – even rewards all these. In the interview, he expresses his concerns about the environment of communal hatred, our individual roles and complicity in hate crimes and his hopes for what can heal a nation broken by hate.
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