Hindutva Media: Impact on India-Pakistan Relations

Since the ascent of Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) government in India, a rise in extremism, communal violence and religious hyper nationalism has been witnessed, which has trodden the secular India onto a path that is antithetical to the principles the country used to stand for post-independence under Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. Indian society has become increasingly populist, homogenous and has led to exacerbating jingoism among the population, having no qualms with war and violence as long as it serves the perceived national interest, with no regard for regional repercussions of such a policy. Read More….

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