It was August of 1947, when Dina nath took his family and ran to save his life. And when he stopped at his friend's place, despite his assurances, he had to take permission to get his own glass from his wife. That "permission" given to a dead body of a Hindu man in Shaheen Bagh brought back those memories of my Grandpa and Mom's experience.
From 1946 to 1948 was the darkest period in India. Starting with Direct Action Day massacres to Partition massacres to the 1948 Brahmin Massacres, a lot of blood was spilled. Let us look at what happened when caretakers of non-violence destroyed us.