The 82-year-old grandmother became a “live-action female knight”

After Modi led the Bharatiya Janata Party in power in the country, the hawks within the party actively promoted Hindu chauvinism, and the conflict between India and Pakistan has repeatedly deteriorated. At the end of 2019, India issued a new “Citizenship Law Amendment”-based on the persecution of Hindu believers in Pakistan, India was designated as the home country of Hindu believers, with special emphasis on providing asylum to Hindu believers.

Although it was assumed that Hindu followers and Muslims lived in different countries according to religion in 1947 during the partition of India and Pakistan, there are now at least 200 million Muslims among Indian citizens, including the most well-known film director Amir Khan and star Shah Rukh. · Khan et al. There are also about 8 million Hindu followers in Pakistan. Although the number is relatively small, some outstanding talents have emerged in the sports and political circles.

It is actually impossible to drive 200 million Muslims out of India or move 8 million Hindu followers from Pakistan to India. However, once the mutual retaliation of “Muslims persecuting Hindu followers” and “Hindu followers harming Muslims” starts, things will never end. Hawkish politicians in both India and Pakistan will begin to declare that they must be fair to their “owners”. Although the huge number of “200 million” and “8 million” are also citizens, they do not seem to be “owners.” Reluctant to asylum Muslim refugees from Myanmar.

When politics is engulfed by burning emotions, how should people understand the problem in reality?

In fact, many well-known Bollywood movie stars have personally demonstrated the inter-religious life, such as Amir Khan, the dead starring “Bolywood” Irfan Khan, and Karina, known as the “Queen of Bollywood” Karp are examples of cross-religious marriages. Salman Khan, one of the three kings of the film world, practiced the half-Hindu and half-Islamic method of fusion of beliefs.

When it comes to contributions to India’s soft power, these movie stars should be outstanding representatives, but they are under constant attack in the increasingly polarized atmosphere of conflict. Many netizens want Amir Khan and Shah Rukh Khan to “get out of India” and “roll to Pakistan.” The Bharatiya Janata Party has also actively strengthened its control of Bollywood and used movies to promote Modi’s ideology.

However, the supporters of the Bharatiya Janata Party are not monolithic. Protecting the interests of Hindu believers has its own rationale. If, like Vajpayee, the early founder of the Bharatiya Janata Party, take a moderate line, avoid Hindu chauvinism, and try to normalize relations with Pakistan, then it will not lead to conflicts today. Stop polarization.

Modi’s fortune came from his early economic performance in Gujarat, but in 2002 he was notorious for indulging Hindu followers in his jurisdiction to execute revenge and killing against Muslims. Party leader Vajpayee taught him the Hindu tradition of “duty as a politician” at the press conference. Modi did not accept this. Instead, he attracted countless fans among the fanatical Hindu followers, which made Hindu chauvinism flourish.

In the religious killings in Gujarat, there was a surviving woman, Berjis Bano, who persisted in seeking justice through legal proceedings for more than ten years; in recent protests against the “Citizenship Law”, there was also a 82 The year-old grandmother became the focus, “Times” listed her as one of the “Top 100 Influential People in 2020”, and the protagonist of the “Wonder Woman” movie Gail Gadot also included her as the “live-action woman” in his mind.

Before Modi used an iron fist to promote economic growth, it did have the effect of speeding up India’s development, but in the past two years, India’s economic growth rate has begun to decline. In the face of a severe epidemic, Muslim protests, and farmers’ strikes, if Modi continues to manipulate ethnic and religious sentiments, will Indian society fall into a more serious crisis?