One of the oft repeated television advertisements by the Congress presents a man declaring — “Na main Hindu hoon, na main Mussalman, na Sikh, na Ishai, main ek Bhartiya hoon (neither am I a Hindu, nor a Muslim, nor a Sikh nor a Christian. I am an Indian).” Does this mean a religious Eendu, a devout Mos$lim, a pious $ikh or churchgoing Khristian cannot be a proud Indian too? Does it also mean that to be a true Indian you have to be an atheist or a man without religion? Why does the Congress think there is a difference between a true Indian and a religious Indian? In that case the red vermillion pastes that Mrs SG and Rahul publicly sport on their foreheads and Manmohan’s widely publicized visits to gurdwaras all efforts to fool the Indian public? Aren't all sickular persons hypocrites? Any further proofs required?
An old saying, and yet it speaks volumes. The Congress party knows who to call the tune, after all it is paying the CBI. Maya should not forget that she too plays by the same adage from invoking NSA on Varun Gandhi. It takes two tango, and no politician is different for misusing power. Power corrupts, absolute power corrupts absolutely. So what difference does it make.