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We have learned no lessons from our history

prasad1

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These days in India have brought us an accurate reproduction of the days leading up to Partition.

Indians are being forced to choose their politics based on religion because the State is insisting on it.

The prime minister is capable of identifying protestors by the clothes that they wear. His party has passed a law which excludes one religion and a nation-wide process has begun which will result in mass incarceration of one community.

There is high passion and fear on the streets and the response of the State has been to blame the protestors.

This is what 1947 and the years immediately before it would have looked like. It also reminds us that often what seems reasonable by one side is seen as unacceptable by the other.




When one has a lot of power, one can shut one's ears to the other side. This is also what is common between the BJP of 2019 and the Congress of 1947.

 

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