I agree with this... Let me also add that, it’s not the case that KP’s were not in powerful govt positions in Delhi. Nehru preferred KP bureaucrats, which continued into Indira’s period as well. They had representation in the highest echelons of power, and yet never took up the cause even today. Take Vivek katju’s daughter for example, she is a lawyer and she is championing LBGT rights in India and US. I have never seen her lending her voice to KP cause. In all probability knowingly or unknowingly she has been turned into a “useful idiot”. Even in the media, there were many journalists who have KP roots but they never made efforts to highlight their past. It’s only after Aditya raj Kaul and that times now editor ravi Shankar who started asserting their roots on prime time debates that few other journalists joined the bandwagon but never fully committed themselves to the cause. For these journos, asserting their allegiance to libtard causes was more important that standing up for their own families. Only when KP’s unite and decide what they actually want, only then there will be progress. Sulking on prime time tv debates is not helping anyone. They have representation in every field and a wealth of bureaucratic experience among themselves, it would hardly take 3-6 months of internal debate among themselves to come up with a common objective and strategy to reach the objective(irrespective of political party in power).