It wouldn’t be wrong to say that today India is divided into two groups of people and communal clashes are on record high. India, despite of its diversity for years after Independence hadn’t had seen such hatred of people at each other’s faiths. The fringes all were talking about in the beginning of 2014 are now mainstream and social media is infested with hate posts and outlandish propagandas and people are falling for them. If people don’t understand what is happening to the country now and remain blind just for their leanings, India will have a very different future than what we were expecting some years ago.
Ranjit Shah, Dimapur
On growing communal clashes in India