We have seen many people debating on politics during their tea time. In nowadays, talks on politics are rising; even college students are now discussing on politics during their leisure time (dissimilar from our age, where we have thought only food or play). Nearly 71% urban youngsters showed interest in the politics in 2011 as compared to 45% in 2009, according to CSDS (Centre for the Study of Developing Societies) which is delhi based social science research institute.
This created lobbies among youngsters on social media, some are AAPtards and some are Bhakts
One word ‘Bhakt,’ at present, is frequently used word for those who blindly back Modi-led government. But in reality, who is bhakt?
Some of my friends support BJP, some AAP, and some Congress. But when we use word ‘Bhakt’ only one party come in our mind i.e. BJP. As far as I am concerned, Bhakt can be defined as “blind follower of any party, who only back their party because it matches with his/her ideology, it has nothing to do with the work that party is doing.”
So for me (or in reality), Bhakts are:
I have never come across anyone, who praise both Narendra Modi for big moves and also Arvind Kejriwal for his work in Delhi. (this is my personal experience)
That’s all folks
DISCLAIMER: Views expressed above are the author’s own