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In Understanding Rauf Hakeem and Anti-Islamism in India: Comments on some recent Indian writings

Rauf Hakeem said that the Muslims in the [formerly temporarily amalgamated) “north-east” were `in a difficult situation particularly because of the India-sponsored merger of the northern and eastern districts (provinces) to form a united northeastern province. The merger had made the Muslims politically weak. But now, we are politically organized and are a vibrant force, which has repeatedly got the mandate of the people.

In Understanding Rauf Hakeem and Anti-Islamism in India: Comments on some recent Indian writings
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