Pseudo activists have significantly succeeded in projecting India as an intolerant country. The so-called secularists are sustaining this campaign by stressing on the need for amity, brotherhood and religious tolerance, as if the country is engaged in a class war. Unmindful of what the image of the nation is building up abroad, the vested interests have intensified their tirade to get rid of a ‘single man’, who has turned their dreams of returning to power as nightmare, at least for the time being.
Is it a matter of pride or shame for the so-called secularists to put a big question mark on the greatest tolerant nation of the world in their pursuit to malign Narendra Modi?
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