So what built Ram Setu? Organic forces (read monkeys) or inorganic forces? Apparently no one can decide. Some day, some report gives the monkeys an upper hand; another day, some other report takes away this glory from them. All the same, I am firmly in support for letting the Setu remain as it is. After all, in
The left wing and some anti-Brahmin Dravidian political parties have opposed the monkey theory of real estate development. But then they realize that taking a stance against the majority religion is much less risky than antagonizing the minority religion on issues such as women’s rights, universal laws and general tolerance. After all, monkeys are yet to become suicide bombers or kill someone in Theo Van Gogh style. On the other right wing parties are exploring using the monkey theory to justify their pet projects such as the Sardar Sarovar Dam. The ruling congress party has taken the pragmatic stance of supporting both sides of the argument.
With contrasting reports coming from subject matter experts like the ASI, GSI, BJP, DMK, CPI (M) etc., the common man has become confused to the extent of imagining