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Silence is an answer to our own peril

Under the assertions galore - digital India, sanitised India, New India, The great Hinduism, have we asked ourselves why a modern country like India in still practise caste discrimination, why we are indifferent and non-chalant to the plight of our own people  or  why we discriminate between upper and lower caste, why  purity and pollution still matter to us, why we are hostile to religious minorities.

Every human being demands dignity and respect. In a democratic political community, the basic rights of an individual or a community cannot be violated systematically. The Hindu society has perpetrated massive crimes against women, Muslims and Dalits. The  Hindu vigilantes , an all pervading entity is a police force, prosecutor, jury, legislator and executioner rolled into one.  They are the keeper of the keys to the Hindu kingdom. Moral policing, stalking couples, barging in people s bedrooms, murdering Muslims in broad daylight for  transporting cows is a new normal in Yogi Adityanath s Uttar Pradesh. When did this kind of politics become a normal part of our society?  The rule of law has become redundant, democracy has been subverted and our political leaders are responsible for such serious deviations. Yet we remain silent. Why?
Silence is a virtue but when confronted by repression and injustice is tantamount to acquiescence. What is  our role as fellow citizens?

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