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  • Social differences based on gender, religion and caste take the form of social divisions and inequalities.
  • The gender division is natural and unchangeable.
  • Women’s role in politics is minimal in most societies.
  • Women’s role in public life was improved by political expression of gender division and political mobilization
  • Women play a dual role in politics – as voters and political representatives
  • Women are approached for short-term goals like winning elections.
  • Women are not involved in long-term goals of bringing about social changes and gender equality in political power-sharing.
  • The term Communalism is widely used across South Asia to describe the systematic misuse of religion for political purposes.
  • Political mobilisation on religious lines is another frequent form of communalism
  • Sometimes communalism takes its most ugly form of communal violence
  • There is no official religion in India
  • The Indian Constitution prohibits discrimination on grounds of religion.
  • Secularism is the very foundation of our nation
  • The Hindu caste system reflects Indian occupational and socially defined hierarchies
  • In Casteism, caste is taken as the sole basis of social community
  • Political parties and candidates make appeals to caste sentiment
  • Politics too influences the caste system. Thus, it is not politics that gets caste ridden; it is the caste that gets politicised.

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