“If someone says ‘I am a Muslim’... ‘a Christian’... or ‘a Hindu’, I feel happy because he knows his roots... If someone says ‘I am secular’, I get suspicious... We will respect the Constitution, but it has changed several times and will change in the future too. We’re here to change the Constitution.” ANANT KUMAR HEGDE, who became MoS for skill development and entrepreneurship in September, is known to make remarks that are more bigoted than informed. In a recent ‘speech’ in home state Karnataka, he spoke about identity as a simple matter of religion and caste. A former RSS member, Hegde reiterated the need to change the Constitution to make way for a Hindu rashtra. The response from the opposition was swift. Will the BJP act against its minister?