communalise


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communalise


Past participle: communalised
Gerund: communalising

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Verb1.communalise - make something the property of the commune or community
share - use jointly or in common
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The incidents at the Kerala Varma College are a pointer to the attempts to communalise Kerala as is being done in north India", he said.
Another Congress leader Sandeep Dikshit said the motive of such statements is to communalise the atmosphere.
Commenting on the Saharanpur violence, Bhatia told ANI,"The unfortunate part here is that public servants, like the MPs and MLAs, who are expected to behave in a responsible manner are trying their best to communalise the atmosphere here in UP.
I call upon all parties not to communalise the issue, but to work for restoration of peace immediately," said Sarbananda Sonowal, leader of the BJP inAssam.
political parties not to politicise or communalise the Assam riots.
He pointed out that some vested interests were trying to communalise the present movement by scaring the members of Sikh community to migrate from the Valley.
I may be moved to write you a small affair concerning verse form Why must this world-regeneration Communalise the poet's job and damn his only consolation of being a poetic snob?
The BJP resorted to every trick to communalise the society during the festivals of Dussehra and Muharram and win the poll but the people of Bihar put paid to their hopes," he said.
Owaisi and Akhtarul Iman dismissed the allegations of critics that MIM's entry will divide the Muslim votes, communalise the poll scene and help the BJP.
It's an attempt to communalise taking the support of the administration," she added.
Further alleging that the SP government wanted to communalise the atmosphere, Som questioned, "Why the state government allowed a person like Asaduddin Owaisi to visit the village?
There are people who try to communalise every event for personal gains.