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INDIA ELECTIONS LEADER
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April 05, 2004 
CHIEF MINISTER OF GUJARAT NARENDRA MODI ADDRESSES HIS SUPPORTERS DURING AN ELECTION CAMPAIGN RALLY IN... 
Ahmedabad, Republic of India 
CHIEF MINISTER OF GUJARAT NARENDRA MODI ADDRESSES HIS SUPPORTERS DURING AN ELECTION CAMPAIGN RALLY IN... 
CHIEF MINISTER OF GUJARAT NARENDRA MODI ADDRESSES HIS SUPPORTERS DURING AN ELECTION CAMPAIGN RALLY IN AHMEDABAD. Chief Minister of Gujarat and key figure of the Bharatiya Janata Party, Narendra Modi addresses his supporters during an election campaign rally in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad April 5, 2004. Two years after religious riots, Gujarat remains on edge and deeply divided. Muslims, who make up nine percent of the state's 50 million people, want justice for the hundreds including women and children who died, hacked and burned to death. But Modi is not about to apply a healing touch. Instead, every now and then, his rallies include barbed references to Muslims and their appeasement by political parties for decades. Photo taken on April 5, 2004. REUTERS/Amit Dave 
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