India’s commercial capital of Mumbai has not yet healed from the traumatic memories of the communal riots of December 1992.

They started soon after the demolition of a 16th-century mosque and left 900 people dead and more than 2,000 injured in the course of a month, according to official figures.

India’s top court last November ended the decades-old dispute between Hindu right-wing groups and Muslims over ownership of the Babri Mosque with a ruling.

There have since been growing demands of justice for the victims of the riots that followed.

Talking to Anadolu Agency from New Delhi by phone,

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