Feb 23, 2021 17:22 UTC

"Everyone together," "development for all," and "everyone’s trust," these were the slogans of Indian Prime Minister Modi in almost all election campaigns since 2014, when his party fought a historic and a fierce campaign with a landslide victory.

Seven years down the line, it seems that the promises made are not satisfactory. Based on a latest report by Human Rights Watch, the ruling BJP party has adopted various laws and taken actions that legitimized discrimination against religious minorities and stigmatized the critics of the government since coming to power in 2014.