This refers to the excellent article titled “The ratting out of Rohinton” and the editorial “Play Mistry for me” (October 19). The irony of our life is there are rats among the elitist and the well-read.
Also, your advice to the young Aditya Thackeray, although well-intentioned, may well fall on deaf ears.
Let us accept the fact that your constituency of readers and his constituency will never know or meet each other. However, both live happily in the exclusive worlds of their own and will continue to do so.
Narendra M Apte, Pune
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