Nation Current Affairs 07 Feb 2016 VIjayawada: Caste wa ...

VIjayawada: Caste war on social media

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | M SAMBASIVA RAO
Published Feb 7, 2016, 5:35 am IST
Updated Feb 7, 2016, 5:35 am IST
The members and the followers in the group have been posting their comments with provocative words, in unacceptable language.
Netizens have launched a caste war on the social media like Facebook and Twitter.
 Netizens have launched a caste war on the social media like Facebook and Twitter.

VIjayawada: Netizens have launched a caste war on the social media like Facebook and Twitter. They have been making provocative statements, comments and replies on various caste-based posts.

They have been making posts with the provocative comments of political and other leaders belonging to various castes and communities. The netizens have been fighting with each other with a war of words on the social media.

 

They have been creating pages and groups on the Facebook with the names of castes and communities and inviting the like-minded people into the core group. Irrespective of the caste, almost all created their community pages on the Face-book.

Through these community-based core groups, they have been sharing their statements. Though some of them have been posting the criticism based on the lapses in the existing caste-based reservation system, shortly these were are turning into war zones on the social media. The members and the followers in the group have been posting their comments with provocative words, in unacceptable language.

 

For instance, the communities created pages like Telangana Reddys, Kapu Sakthi, Royal Chowdaries, Yadava, Madiga, Mala Family Group and many others on the Facebook.

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