When it comes to a shouting match no one’s a match for us Indians
By Jug Suraiya – Instead of employing logic to bring those who disagree with us to see our point of view we employ lung power, firm in the conviction that he – or she – who can shout the loudest will have the final say – or rather, the final scream – on any given subject.
From whom have we picked up this habit of doing chilla-chilli at each other whenever we encounter a divergence of views?
Who are our role models in substituting freedom of speech with freedom of screech?
Our loudmouth netas who interpret ‘acche din’ to mean creating a deafening din on any given issue or non-issue within or outside Parliament? Possibly. more> https://goo.gl/De4Wxc
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