Strategy for united struggle against Hindutva ‘fascism’: Ideological silence is ‘no option’ – By Dr Bhabani Shankar Nayak
Electoral alliance and opportunism of national and regional political parties, neoliberal economic marginalisation and soft secular Hindutva line pandering to Hindu majoritarianism laid the foundation of Hindutva fascism in post-colonial India.
It is in this context, Indians need to develop a broad front based on mass movements inside and outside the parliament which would ensure the defeat of Hindutva fascists and create effective political alternatives for the survival of the idea of India.…
The political and ideological silence is no longer a choice for us. History tells us as witness that defeat of Hindutva fascism certain and inevitable. Therefore, the only choice is to fight and defeat Hindutva fascists and their ideological narratives in India.
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