Why Do Leaders Attack With Political Virus?
In a tweet, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has sparked a new dangerous political row by calling the Indian Union of Muslim League (IUML) a deadly virus. He blamed the Muslim League for being the cause of the partition of the nation in 1947. The same Yogi, who nurture the politics of divide on the basis of religion, is preaching about integrity. The BJP initiated an attack against the Muslim League post the candidature of Rahul Gandhi in Wayanad, which is a fortress of the IUML. A process started by PM Narendra Modi and took over by Amit Shah has now been completed by Yogi. Generally, it is said that both Modi and Shah aim to create greater polarization in northern constituencies. Now, the state has been dragged into the dangerous issue. Kerala has to prepare to fight the religious division virus, which is not just confined in the north. Kerala has to take preventive measures. Is this an issue which should be discussed between the Muslim League and Congress? Isn't the issue a move, strong enough to weaken secularism? Is division virus going to attack Wayanad? Super Prime Time discusses with Abdurahiman Randathani, MT Ramesh and Jyothikumar Chamakkala.