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Intolerance & Anupam Kher’s March for India
I would love to start with the fact that I support March for India! Tolerance and intolerance, these two terms are in the air since the day a lady (people talk from Congress) returned her Sahitya Akademi award. Once the card was shuffled, there was a long line of gamblers to participate in this pre-Diwali gambling; who knows the luck! A row of intellectuals, authors, and scholars was later joined by historians and even film-makers. Trust me, it became boring like typical Bollywood way when you begin to predict what is next going to take place on the screen. A long list of Marxists, leftists, and Nehru-shadowed thinkers did their best to create an atmosphere in the country – the perception of intolerance. “Minorities are in fear.” “Muslims are not feeling safe.” “The country cannot prosper if people show this kind of intolerance.” The debate protracted to such a length, that even the so-called king of Bollywood, mr. Shahrukh Khan had to join it. Like many times in the past, he reiterated the same dialogue like his k kkkkiiiiran one – intolerance! Enough! Let’s enjoy this joke now.
Come Indians… lets #MarchForIndia and tell them that India will not bow down to selective rage and those hypocrites! Unite and empower! AM
— Alok Mishra (@PoetAlok_Mishra) November 7, 2015
Intolerance Game: The truth behind the curtain of intolerance:
While these great scholars keep shouting foul and imposing an atmosphere of intolerance, they must know something. PEOPLE DO NOT CARE. EVEN I DID NOT KNOW WHO IS MR.SHAH before the day he returned his award. PEOPLE HAD ALREADY FORGOTTEN MR. IRFAN HABIB. MANY OTHERS, WHO ARE IN THE LAST WEEK OF NOVEMBER OF THEIR LIFE, just wanted a share in the game of fame! And they had it.
Intolerance: The Bihar election issue:
While people may agree and disagree, there are some faces in the line of award return nautanki who cannot bear Narendra Modi as the PM of this Congress ruined the country. They have become habitual to see the single family ruling this great nation. They found no other way to counter it and the Dadri incident gave them the golden opportunity they wished. With the help of our secular Indian media and TV channels, they did best to manipulate the events. They kept blaming; we kept listening; people kept earning their bread and enjoying life.
Intolerance: The practical reality check of intolerance in our country:
At my workplace, there are several people who belong to the so-being-imposed ‘in dahshat’ community. They enjoy their work pretty well. They talk as free as others. They enjoy our company. Not even a single sign of fear or dahshat of any kind is noticed on their face. Dear Nayantara Sehgal and dear Arundhati Roy, could you see so well from your cocoon of prejudice? I think you people should walk a day in the public place and scrutinize the daily life of Indian people. Hopefully, you hypocrites will learn how tolerant is our India and how shameful patches you are on our country!