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‘Not Sick, We’re Intoxicated, It Is Like A Heroin High Of Hatred’

‘Not Sick, We’re Intoxicated, It Is Like A Heroin High Of Hatred’

Social activist Harsh Mander on Kathua rape case, solidarity with the minorities, and on becoming a society that is 'intoxicated'.

‘Not Sick, We’re Intoxicated, It Is Like A Heroin High Of Hatred’ Photograph by Jitender Gupta

Harsh Mander, social activist and former bureaucrat, started the Karwan-e-Moha­bbat last September to reach out to victims of hate crimes. In an interview with Pragya Singh, he says if India doesn’t have leaders like Mahatma Gandhi we will have to find courage to foster love and fraternity ourselves. Edited excerpts.

Why does the Karwan-e-Mohabbat exist? What does it aim to do?

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