In god’s own country

That extensive traffic jams ensued due to thousands of Sunny Leone ‘admirers’ and fans gathering in Kochi was initially mirth-inducing, then sobering, as a lathi-charge had to be resorted to to keep the crowds under control (“Kochi goes gaga over Sunny”, August 18). Then came the heart-warming realisation of a silver lining — this humongous mob was indeed a good mob, with basically harmless intentions in stark contrast to the many murderous mobs with abominable agendas that we as a nation have numbly witnessed in recent times.

Vinod Kumar B.,


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