When our country was divided purely on religious grounds Why India should stick to secular principles?
Asked by incredible creature, 15 Oct '09 01:41 pm
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Obviously you are a young man moist probably born years after Partition occurred. Your knowledge of the event was most probably the outcome of hearsay and 'learned' histories of India where the Muslims and especially their leader Mr. Jinnah has been pained black as villain of the piece I was born before Partition and was a young man when it occured and the developments which ultimately led to division happened before our helpless eyes. Hopwever a realistic picture of Mr Jinnah is now emerging. It will be seen that, of all persons eminent lleaders of BJP Lalkrishnaa Advani have endeavour to reassess Jinnah. For your information I may tell you that Jinnah was eminentlhy secular and was almost electeld as president of the Congress in 1925. As an eminent advocate he fought cases of clients who paid him well. In a dispute about a land claimed by both the Muslims and Hindues when the Muslims invoked thereligious spirit in him he flaltly refused and fought the side of the Hindus and ...moreAnswered by radhikamruta, 15 Oct '09 02:45 pm
TrueAnswered by anil garg, 25 Jun '12 10:22 am
Ha vo to hai..hindu secular groups like bajrang dal,shiv sena,bjp..etc..& aur muslim secular groups..Answered by Jaijaisriram, 30 Apr '10 11:45 pm
Phaltu kki rajniti chodo...Is samay har ek rajnetik dal ko ek hone ki jarurat hai...Answered by virendra, 15 Oct '09 02:25 pm
Because by misusing the word SECULARISM the politians can take advantageAnswered by rajnikant raiyarela, 15 Oct '09 01:42 pm