In what appears to be an attempt by the Sangh to reach out to the minority community, Arun Kumar, head of RSS's Delhi unit, said there is a possibility that the Indian Muslims could be the “benevolent face of Islam’s universal brotherhood against terror”.
“Many life-saving treatments that should be free — such as medicines to control abnormal heart rate and intravenous nutrition for patients too ill to eat — are not available and have to be bought by patients from private chemists”
In a way, Mehraj’s life is full of gentle rebellions. “When I was in Kashmir, I had to struggle with its conservative ways. I could never be myself. I wanted to run away. But when I’m in Delhi, I want to run away back home.”