Since our childhood we have been taught that India is a secular country. But when we get the experience of our practical life, everything looks false.

 From the child birth certificate to filling the government job form, everywhere your cast and religion identity will be asked why? If we are one then what is the need to ask such questions that too in a government form?

 Recently the way beef matter become a political issue says all the truth about our political parties and leaders. No one looked to bring some solution to this sensitive issue instead everyone got busy to make their vote bank stronger.

 What they want to achieve in creating such big gap between people of India? Can we call them secular leader of secular India?


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  • Re: India is a secular country but our leaders?

    by » 4 years ago


    Political leaders do not have any other view except building and strengthening their Vote Banks. And one thing about our political I want to add is, they divide the country on caste basis and create caste based rivalries. The more they are successful in this endeavor, the more, the political parties reap the benefits. In this process only the people are the losers.

     


  • Re: India is a secular country but our leaders?

    by » 4 years ago


    Indian people are secular but our politicians are definitely not secular..All the forms and certificates are made by governmental agencies controlled by the political parties and the constitution which again is political. With the kind of self centered politicians we have today, everything gets blown out of proportion and the media too in its own way dds fuel to the fire by highlighting such issues unnecessarily ..


    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: India is a secular country but our leaders?

    by » 4 years ago


    Media gives unnecessary exposure to such regular happenings about which all are aware. Then it's the business of the media. And people are responsible for showing extraordinary interest towards such news items. Practically everything is being controlled by the politicians who are not secular. If they are secular how can they build their vote Banks ?

     


  • Re: India is a secular country but our leaders?

    by » 4 years ago


    First I want to clear that secular Indian does not mean no religion. All citizens of India have right to follow their religion. In India politics is profession not service of the nation. Power is drugged. Our politicians are addict of facilities they enjoying. They never like to quit these. An addict person can do any evil to meet their needs. Laloo Prasad in on bail, his behavior is like most honest person. Secularism is noting for politicians. They have one point agenda, power and only power. Word secularism is ladder for them to get the power. Most of politicians are scrupulous.


  • Re: India is a secular country but our leaders?

    by » 4 years ago


    We all know politicians are selfish. They look after themselves and their kith. Only then they think of interests of the country. But even this also is very rare. The entire clan of politicians in general are selfish in nature. It's greediness on our part to expect selfless services from this clan.


  • Re: India is a secular country but our leaders?

    by » 4 years ago


    As @Anil said, Secularism does not mean ‘No Religion’. It refers to treating all religions alike. Everyone has the freedom to believe in his own religion, because every human is unique. And there is no wonder if there is 1 billion religions in India. But the thing is that nobody has the right to say that only their religion is right or only their beliefs are right, because there is no specific yardstick to decide right and wrong. But what is happening in our country is a political drama. This drama continues in our political arena for years. All political parties are equally responsible for the ugly situation of our country.


  • Re: India is a secular country but our leaders?

    by » 4 years ago


    In a bid to stay in power, politicians do not hesitate even to sell their mothers. If there is an option to choose between Power and People, Politicians lean towards Power. This is the condition in India and we all know about it. Wasting our breath on such routine things is meaningless.

     

     


  • Re: India is a secular country but our leaders?

    by » 4 years ago


    yes its true that India is a secular country but because of some political leader this seems to be wrong. Some leader opposite the meaning of secular country, their only intension is to collect more and more vote from people by supporting their community only.


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  • Re: India is a secular country but our leaders?

    by » 4 years ago


    We all know about the characteristics f an Indian politician. They are like chameleons suiting to the occasion. And we also know this trait was there and will be there. No use of making a hue and cry over this regular feature  which are prevalent everywhere.

     


  • Re: India is a secular country but our leaders?

    by » 4 years ago


    In India the politicians have changed the meaning of secularism. To please their vote bank, they abuse majority and show their sympathy towards minority.(actually they don't care for majority or minority, they only care for themselves). In this recent case also politicians unnecessarily given statements on sensitive issue and tried show their sympathy towards their vote bank.


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