On India’s 72nd Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation from the rampart of Red Fort, where he projected himself as an ‘impatient agent of change’. In the nearly 80-minute long speech, the politician vowed to end triple talaq, help vulnerable families, send out warnings to rapists and highlighted how the country made fast progress under his rule.He also carried forth his tradition of wearing turbans on the occasion. This time Modi stepped out in a saffron headgear. To state the obvious, the saffron in the top band of the Indian flag is favourite of the right-wing groups. We are not sure if it was a happy coincidence or a deliberate attempt at using fashion as a political tool, but Modi made quite a statement.