Ghazala Jamil teaches at the Centre for the Study of Law and Governance, Jawaharlal Nehru University.
It is not just a feature of the criminal justice system, but has also come to be a hallmark of majoritarian nationalism.
The debate on privatising higher education must be founded on the role of such institutions in developing a democratic and inclusive society.
Muslims don’t have just one voice. They speak for more than just the community.
Muslims are tired of not only being discriminated against, attacked violently, not receiving justice; they are also tired of all their citizenship issues eclipsed by a single agenda of security from communal violence.