In india politics is all about caste and subcaste and religion and minority. No politician is secular and Wiki has a separate page on Indian sham secularism.
While reading this article on the Murder of the Ranvir Sena Chief , I was glancing through the comments and felt amazed …It went like this
Saurav “The Kala Kauaa” Kumar • a day ago • Hide
Hope one day some one Kills Lalu Prasad Yadav (who was responsible for the killing of 100 innocents in Bihar) in same way.
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drpk • a day ago • Hide
Lalu is king of Dogs!!!
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mk • a day ago • Hide
Please dont insult Dogs. Lalu is pig, king of pigs
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Pig • a day ago • Hide
Please don’t insult Pigs, Lalu is Lalu, Husband of Rabri
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l • a day ago • Hide
Please don’t insult Pigs, Lalu is donkey, king of donkeys
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Nitish Kumar • a day ago • Hide
Pig: No friends Lalau hai gobar (yadav) kha sada hua aalu…..
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We all know that the man being discussed is a master of caste politics and jod tod niti, once an invincible force from bihar, now an aging man scared that the chara ghotala will finally catch up with him.
Indian polity is maturing, they have to an extent rejected castist politics for development in Bihar, in UP the picture to me is more confusing as to whether it was the populist MBA Akhilesh who got the vote or was it thef MU vote bank of his father Mulayam that brought him to power.
Are an increasing number of Indian people to rise above religion, mullahs diktats, cast and sub caste while choosing their leader? Or do we have to go a long way for that?