C Uday Bhaskar discusses the Citizenship Amendment Act with Arun Anand, CEO, Indraprasta Vishwa Samvad Kendra, New Delhi; Sanjoy Hazarika, Director, Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative, Author and Filmmaker and Tarun Basu, President, SPS

Dec 28, 2019

In an engaging conversation, the panelists debate on their divergent views on what the Citizenship Amendment Act entails and what it means for the very idea of India. They are joined by Frank F Islam, entrepreneur, civic and thought leader from Washington D.C who shares his views on why India should not be seen as a place that is not an inclusive democracy and why it is necessary to concentrate on economic development. The discussion steers to how a democracy is about dialogue and the panelists explore the way forward.

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