Narendra Modi is widely expected to become India's next leader. But for the country's Muslims, he is indelibly linked to the 2002 Gujarat riots in which 1000 people – mostly Muslims – died. The FT's Amy Kazmin visits the school at a 127-year-old mosque in Bhopal to discover how the teachers feel about the prospect of Modi as the country's prime minister.
Filmed and produced by Jyotsna Singh, edited by Tom Griggs. Additional footage by Reuters.
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