ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Police and Government

communalism continues to thrive because of identification with one' own community and differentiating oneself from the 'other'. Panikkar therefore calls for creation of neighbourhood committees on the basis of secular issues and secular ideas. The committees could be nodal points of anti- communal consciousness as well as the organisational network to resist the quest of communalism to acquire power. Confrontation with communalism has to be first at the grass roots level. Panikkar is emphatic that secular community will not come into existence automatically through economic development, operation of the market, etc.

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