The actual fact is that the big business houses who have imperialist aims for India and who want to become world-class monopolies, have put up a party at the centre at this time, which blatantly talks about Hindutva and provokes sections of people so that a rift is driven between sections of the people. By calling everyone who opposes the policies of the government as “anti-national” and using repressive laws such as AFSPA, UAPA and Sedition Act, they want to put the fear into people that if they don’t fall in line, they will be put in jail or even hanged.
In order to confuse the people, the ruling establishment present before them a “communal” alternative and a “secular” alternative. There is only superficial difference between them. Once any of these alternatives come to power, they use the same repressive machinery, laws and legal system to put down struggles of people and ensure that power stays in their hands”.