Changing economic profile of the state can override changing allegiances
Ajay Singh | November 29, 2018
Driving down from Indore to Bhopal, my driver Roop Singh gave me a lesson in sociology and politics when I asked him about the elections. The lesson I learnt from Roop Singh was quite instructive in understanding the post-poll scenario.
“You see, sir, upper castes are like frogs in a taraju (scale), and each of them jumps habitually to disturb the scale,” he said while talking about the unrest among sections of the upper castes on certain utterances attributed to Shivraj Singh Chouhan in favour of the scheduled castes, OBCs and job reservation. Then Roop Singh went on to explain his complex earthy wisdom.
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