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The increasing pseudo secularism in the country

Pseudo-secular  is a concept propounded by the ideologues of Hindu communalism. It  denies and delegitimise  the secularism. From from the Swadeshi movement to Quit India and from Tilak to Mahatma Gandhi, the founding fathers vision of India was based on secularism.  The narrow and sectarian views advanced by Hindu communal groups like the Hindu Mahasabha and RSS found little support . The overwhelming support of the people of India for secularism  is what keeps the communalist on a back burner and makes them wary of revealing its true colours.  The incumbent BJP government and its RSS affiliate are trying to forge a connection between nationalism and Hindutva. When Atal Bihari Vajpayee went on a visit to Pakistan, he was greeted with people waving Indian flags in the Mohali cricket field, such was the bonhomie in those days as was reported by the press but today there is an increase in tensions, irrespective of the party ruling the country. 
 

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