Is the definition of “secularism” changed?The term "Secular" in itself comprises of, "indifference to, or rejection or exclusion of, religion and religious considerations" but I don't feel that this is the case with my country. For me we have already lost to this identity when the defined policies were biased to some other religions & cultures.
It's a matter of absolute shame that instead of whatever necessity on the ground level in context to the condition of disadvantaged sections of our society who are still struggling for proper diet & with the other issues, the very political group always pop-up in support of one community for their own agendas of vote bank politics. Our nation has been termed as a secular country but I am surprised of to take a note on this because since the time of our independence a certain political stature has always talked of only a specific sections of this society and therefore if you still feel that we are living in a secular state than pl. have a second thought.
Or else the definition of "Secularism" must have changed by now.