Chirantan Shah
ASIN: B096G26H21
Publisher: unknown
Pages: N/A

Who is a migrant? Who is a refugee? Can only those who are religiously persecuted, be called refugees? In light of India's Citizenship Amendment Act, this short story explores the stories of two friends both of whom move to India from Bangladesh, albeit for different reasons.“It is one of the greatest frauds on the people to suggest that religious affinity can unite areas which are geographically, economically, linguistically and culturally different.” - Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, had once said. This story explores the lives of Soumo and Mujibur, who at different times in their lives experience the life of a minority - in East Pakistan, in Bangladesh, in Dhaka, in Sealdah, in Mumbai and finally in the Supreme Court of India.
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