India unrest: 'We can't just blame Hindus or Muslims'

People in India's capital are slowly returning to areas hardest hit by the recent violence.

    People in India's capital are slowly returning to areas hardest hit by the recent violence.

    Some have found their homes and businesses destroyed.

    Others have lost loved ones and livelihoods.

    But as Al Jazeera's Tony Birtley discovered in the Hindu and Muslim communities of Chand Bagh, people still believe in harmony.


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