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Sir, One of the questions in the Bihar Public Service Commission examination, ``Why is the BJP described as a communal party'' seems to have surprised the BJP spokesperson, Arun Jaitley, who feels that it was intended to test the ``ideological response'' of the candidates. On the contrary, the question appears to have been framed as a rejoinder to the questions ``There are two solutions. One of them is the Nazi solution. If you don't like people, kill them, segregate them. Then strut up and down. Proclaim that you are the salt of the earth'' - which the class 12 students in the ``Higher level English'' examination in Gujarat were supposed to join as a single sentence.
The extent of degeneration that has taken roots can only be imagined, thanks to the self-seeking politicians of the day who are incapable of giving the right direction even in the educational field.
Syed Gowher Ali,
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