Let us say we will have to keep a watch on you then. People who do not assimilate or hold contempt for people of his land, generally turn out to be troublemakers one way or other.
That's you view and you can have that :|
I see..so we are now to be a state which imposes upon its people what to believe, eat, wear and how to behave (even within the remit of the law)...oh my...
Enhh..no..that's a fact unless you think that Hindu is an ethnicity..I wan't aware that a Bihari was of the ethnicity as say a Keralite.
That's sub regional,we identify as a nation on the same principle as Turks ,other than that why are we a nation?why the notion of bharat exists even in 300BC ?Enhh..no..that's a fact unless you think that Hindu is an ethnicity..I wan't aware that a Bihari was of the ethnicity as say a Keralite.
Those sorts of things are always there. You cannot be a cannibal in most countries for example or if you are a streaker then you get in legal troubles. So all countries have reasonable restrictions on everything. Even behavior. Nothing new there.
That's sub regional,we identify as a nation on the same principle as Turks ,other than that why are we a nation?why the notion of bharat exists even in 300BC ?
AND I ergo my clearly mentioning "within the remit of the law", surely you caught that bit yes..? Such "restrictions" are placed by the law not by the sentiments of one group or another..
If the law of the land forbids beef eating, then you are in trouble since you proclaim to be unable to live without beef right? Who makes these laws and on what basis are they formed? The religion/culture of the land. Law does not get born out of thin air. It has to be in consonance with the society.
You can argue on the word used but there is something that binds us and that's definitely not cow .
Funny thing then that the law of the land does NOT forbid beef eating..it forbids cow slaughter and ergo most eateries import the beef..which is in legal terms absolutely legal.
Another funny thing about claiming to be secular is that laws cannot be framed on the basis of religious beliefs..that being posited by the dictionary meaning of the word "secular". Didn't I tell you that semantics is important.
Obviously not..so what is it that binds us?
so why are we together ,why we have such notion ?
That can be amended. That is the thing about law. It is not cast in stone. Availability of any beef products can be made illegal. We do not follow the Western model of secularism in India anyways. Our model is more of Dharma Sarpekshtha.
Being an agricultural country, it wont be difficult to spin it as against the ethos of the country as well as fundamental to the survival of agriculture in this country.