Do you like to discuss politics? If yes this group is for you. I created this group to discuss current political affairs of our country. There is a general perception that today’s young generation is averse to politics. But I feel that might not be true. There are a lot of young people who takes genuine interest in politics. In this group let us talk about the trend of political events in the country. As the creator of the group, I appeal to all members that we should uphold the freedom of opinion, speech and choice on this platform. Whereas you are free to express your political opining, I urge, that we all should respect other persons’ views and let us not turn it into a preaching ground for any particular political ideology. This group is about observation, analysis and expressing opinion freely: – do not abuse any political party / ideology – do not defame any political leader – do not preach violence or hatred against any person / party Happy debating!
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Given the fact that he has a murky past involving the killings of Muslims in his home state, Modi as PM means bad news for the minorities of this country. His focus on Hindutva as his single point agenda will only bring division and trouble. What more »
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