Hyderabad, the city where the Supreme Court has been deliberating the issue of Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, is no ordinary Indian city.
Its residents are mostly from the Muslim majority region of Jammu and Kashmir.
The law also makes it illegal for Muslims to live in the state of J&K.
Hyderabad has an estimated population of 8,000,000.
But for all of the country’s troubles with extremism and terror attacks, it is a city that is not the focus of the media.
In fact, it has not even been on the news headlines since the recent murder of a Muslim convert.
However, the fact that this is a Muslim majority city does not mean that Hyderabad is immune to any violence, nor does it mean that Muslims are immune from the city’s woes.
In the recent past, violence against the Muslims of Hyderabadi had been the norm in the city.
And the recent violence has been directed not only at Muslims but also at Christians, Sikhs, Parsis and other minorities.
The Hindu majority in Hyderabad says it is not a target of any violence.
However, that is the reason why Hyderabaders do not feel safe, despite a law that prohibits the use of force to defend the city from violence.
The Hindu minority is a very large and powerful community in the area.
But in the last few years, the Muslim community has been getting more and more visible.
This is the time of the elections, and Hyderabad voters are more sensitive to the issue.
They have a lot of trust in the police and the judiciary.
In recent years, they have not always felt comfortable with the police.
However, there are signs of a change in the way the police is handling the issue, said Dinesh Thakur, an officer with the Muslim Association of India.
Since the Jammu-Kashmir issue, the police has not only been working closely with the minority community but also with other police agencies to protect the Muslims.
For example, the district police has made efforts to strengthen the cooperation between police and other agencies to combat the problem of violence.
In the past, the minority has always expressed their anger against the police, which has not helped matters.
This was not because they were unhappy with the law, but because the police failed to take any action against the perpetrators of the violence.
So, the issue has now been resolved, said Thakus.
Since this is the first time a law has been passed in the country, the government has tried to move the people and the government to understand the issues.
The police have also sought to convince the people that the law is a law, and it is the police that is responsible for enforcing it, he said.
Police officials say they are confident that the police will do their job, but they are not ready to concede on the point that this law is not binding on the police because the court has not ruled on the issue yet.
So the police are trying to take the lead in trying to convince people that this kind of law is binding.
This is the beginning of the process of bringing this issue to the fore and to see how the law will evolve.
“The law has to evolve with the times.
It is a reflection of the times,” said a police official.
For the first part, police are keeping a tight lid on the situation in Hyderabad, and have also tried to work with the community in a spirit of tolerance and cooperation.
For the second part, they are working on establishing an atmosphere of peace and security.