“Some younger people are openly acknowledging that ‘my family carries this and so do I’.”
The 1947 Partition created two newly-independent states – India and Pakistan – and triggered perhaps the biggest movement of people in history, outside war and famine.
About 12 million people became refugees. Between half a million and a million people were killed in religious violence.
As the two countries observe 75 years since their formation, the BBC’s Nikita Mandhani spoke to young Indians and…
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