An interesting Editorial in the Times of India, by Tarun Vijay. I particularly liked his rebuttal to Omar Abdullah,
But he must stop to think why he can own a bungalow in Delhi or Bangalore and at the same time deny that privilege to a fellow Indian in Kashmir?
Do you think our elite, secular fundamentalists will brand him a patriot?
hmmm something to really think about…
Actually, this was the first time I had read an Editorial, the title enticed me and I like the rebuttal line I quoted above.
I am not familiar with Tarun Vijay’s writings; he certainly does have a flair for jingoism. Ha hA!
Hope you and ma are doing well.
I am not a great fan of Tarun Vijay – but I have to say there are many bits where he’s very rightly pointed out how fundamentalist politics in India is – whether people label themselves secular or otherwise.
Ha hA! Sia!
my one and only fan! :-O
you like: “elite, secular fundamentalists”
took many iterations to get it right :-E
Go Ahead – write something!
how much “ghasshi” can we eat, afterall! :-))
oh, i meant Tarun’s article 🙂
went through Arun’s article. brillent piece!!!
need we say more abt indian politians? if i start with it, i’ll end up writing one long article and spamming ur comment section with few ‘good’ words 😉
elite, secular fundamentalists??? LOL… u crack me up Arun…