Indian court questions interrogation of children in anti-government play

Indian court questions interrogation of children in anti-government play

Critics say the law violates India’s secular constitution and discriminates against minority Muslims. At least 25 people have been killed in protests against it. Students at a school in the southern state of Karnataka performed a satirical play on Jan. 21 in which reference were made to "dictators" and dialogue that suggested hitting Modi with a shoe, which is seen as particularly insulting.

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