Kerala Chief Minister says it’s time to come against communal, political, and capitalist ideas

Kerala Chief Minister says it’s time to come

Kerala Chief Minister; Is not India a unit? What are the communal ideas? Are they political ideas? Do you know what are capitalist ideas? Can we unite all three? Do you think Kerala Chief Minister has the correct idea of unifying them?

Communalism is an economic and political theory that combines communal ownership and confederations of highly localized independent communities.

Especially Capitalism is an economic system based on the private ownership of productive assets and their profitable operation. Capital accumulation, competitive markets, a price system, private property, and the recognition of property rights, voluntary exchange, and wage labor are all parts of capitalism.

Moreover Being at one with someone or something is unity. It’s equally the opposite of division. This is a term that means “to unite” or “to be one.” Everyone should experience the feeling of unity. Harmony, or agreement among a group of people; coming together mind, feeling, etc.

Against communal, political, and capitalist ideas

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said on Monday that it is time to come against “communal, political, and capitalist ideologies” in order to deal with the world’s current crisis and secure peace and prosperity.

Moreover “It is time to stand united in conquering the obstacles given by communal, political, and capitalist ideologies that destroy brotherhood and equality,” he said on Facebook on the 167th birthday of spiritual leader and social reformer Sree Narayana Guru. The current crisis can solve only when a new world of peace and happiness can be established.”

Sree Narayana Guru’s has lessons about humanity over caste and religion. He said, “more than ever” needed to be understood and honestly followed in the current times for the “betterment” of society.

Although “My humble pranams to #SreeNarayanaGuru on his 167th Jayanti,” Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan wrote in his greeting. Allow purity to pervade our thoughts, words, and acts as we stand fast on the lofty principles preached by this Vishwa Guru.”

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