NRIs are largely seen as rabid supporters of right-wing Hindutva, but there is another category of them who like to see themselves as having made the likes of Narendra Modi into a political pariah abroad
The late Malcolm Muggeridge once noted the difficulty facing satirists: How do you poke fun at reality when reality itself is bizarre? When Henry Kissinger gets the Nobel Peace prize, satire has little room for play.
'...I have not had a moment's peace,' says Surinder Singh, who was a granthi at Gurudwara Pulbangash in Delhi during the 1984
riots and adds that he vividly remembers 'seeing Tytler urging rioters not to waste time on looting but to get down to kill
The hurt within the larger community remains, the anger is like a festering sore even today, and most say they have no real hope for justice. The difference is that the ordinary Sikh refuses to ally with any political party on this issue anymore.