SEVENTY one years after Independence, India hasn’t solved any critical social issues. Violent and aggressive caste divisions persist, and openly lift their ugly heads during the various elections. Disruptive gender biases continue, as women empowerment is restricted to a few sections and female infants are still being killed. Inclusive India is only a mere slogan today, just like Garibi Hatao was in the 1970s. Although poverty levels have reduced, there are still hundreds of millions, who are poor, starved, homeless, and destitute. On top of all this, we have decisively divided India into socio-economic classes.