U.S. must keep human rights on agenda with Indian leader 

In 2005, the George W. Bush administration revoked the U.S. visa of Narendra Modi over his alleged involvement in riots in India’s western state of Gujarat that left more than 1,000 people, mostly Muslims, dead.

Modi, a Hindu nationalist leader, was chief minister of Gujarat at the time of the riots.


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