In 1991, a right wing Indian group decided to choose emotions over reason and real policy, as a way of garnering popular support. This started with a call to build a temple in India where there was a mosque. The mosque was destroyed even as the temple was never built. This started the process of Islamization of Hinduism in India. A kind of collectivisation of Hindus with the Bharatiya Janata Party as its prophet. Slowly and surely, the religious right has increased its size in the parliament and have now come to rule India, under Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. There has been a long history of anti-Muslim and anti-minority sentiment in India and it has now been leveraged to provide a common, collective identity. Today, India’s is ridiculously right wing politics’ far out shadow all other politicians. Well-to-do middle class Indians have become too comfortable and have lost their moral instincts somewhere. Extra time and wealth should have resulted in a better intellectual atmosphere, but it hasn’t. There is no opposition in the country today. There is no concept of liberty in India.

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