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- The reason is very simple - the so-called minority community votes along religious line.
There is no pan-Indian hindu identity. Rather, it is divided into castes and regions. So, India is a country of minorities where the so-called 'minority community' is the biggest, organized and most powerful group. All political parties try to woo them.CommentQuote0Flag
- Very recently, AAP member and comedian Kumar Vishwas apologized to Muslims for cracking jokes about their practices but didn’t do so for insulting Hindu deities. Either one ought to take a stand in favour of good humour, irrespective of the religious sentiments of people in any and every community, or one should apologize to all, but this one-sidedness reflects a travesty.
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And the recent statement from AAP of "Communalism and not Corruption is the biggest enemy of India" has shown that vote bank politics can make anyone shameless.CommentQuote0Flag