In her interview to Karan Thapar, Roy makes some very interesting comments-
Thapar: That I understand but do you support any attempt to overthrow the Indian state?
Roy: Well, I can’t say I do because they will lead me from here, in chains.
Thapar: That technicality apart, it sounds as if you do.
Roy: However, I believe that the Indian state has abdicated its responsibility to the people. I believe that. I believe that when a state is no longer bound, neither legally nor morally by the Indian Constitution, either we should rephrase the preamble of the Indian Constitution which says…
Roy: Which says we are a sovereign, democratic, secular republic. We should rephrase it and say we are a corporate, Hindu, satellite state.
Roy: Or we have to have a government which respects the Constitution or we change the Constitution.
One, she’s right in saying that she can’t openly call for the overthrowing of the Indian state. That would be sedition. Two, India is not a “corporate, Hindu … state.” It’s a corporatist-socialist state, a state in which unscrupulous moneybags and politicians who put pimps to shame come together and screw everyone else in the name of the people.