A BJD member today hit out at those who troll people on the social media, saying those who lack the courage to stand up, fall on the feet of the rulers. Participating in the discussion on 75 years of Quit India Movement, Tathagata Satpathy said the anniversary should be observed as the day of understanding and cooperation. He said people like to be 'bhaktas' and trolls as they lacked the courage to take a stand and "prefer falling on the feet of those who rule." A troll, in internet parlance, is a person who posts inflammatory or inappropriate messages online to sow discord. Shiv Sena member Anandrao Adsul said while Bihar has joined the BJP, Tamil Nadu, where two AIADMK factions are fighting to control the party, is on its way. He also supported the idea of one philosophy and one leader. Adsul found support from BJP members who thumped their desks. BJP and Shiv Sena are part of the ruling NDA.
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