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Removing the Sheen from Zoroastrianism

Godrej called on Modi to use the mandate from his victory to ensure the safety and security of all Gujaratis.


“The evening I was leaving to meet Modi [to deliver the letter of apology], my wife accosted me, ‘You just can’t do this....’ Among our close friends are Anu Aga, Azim Premji, Jamshyd Godrej and several from the Parsi and Muslim communities. My answer was that I had two options: I could quit and say I will not do this. Else, I had to look after our members.”


“At first, when Bajaj, Godrej and others spoke out, people noticed it was mostly the Parsis coming out against Modi. Everyone perceived it as the Parsi minority feeling insecure—that was how people interpreted the resistance against Modi. Modi realised it, and he got Ratan Tata to take an award from Vajpayee at one of the Vibrant Gujarat summits—that was it.


So why are the Parsis so anti-Hindu and pro-muslim

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Removing the Sheen from Zoroastrianism - by G.Subramaniam - 03-01-2012, 12:24 PM

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