Here's my reason for flagging:
Your answer sounds like an exposé of Ms. Doniger. You need to read the question again. It's about Doniger's comments on BG and how do you respond to her accusations re: Sri Krishna. You didn't spare a single line on the blockquote OP used in the question but instead go on to write about her student and his comments on Ramakrishna. – sv. Jul 14 at 20:15
Although it received 4 upvotes, I generally think moderators are supposed to think above and beyond the # of votes an answer receives to determine whether an answer really answers OP's question or not, but here's the mod's response:
this doesn't answer the question at all – sv. Jul 13 at 20:08
declined - flags should not be used to indicate technical inaccuracies, or an altogether wrong answer
Now the effect of this decline is that I completely stopped flagging answers that deviate too much from OP's question.
'flags should not be used to indicate an altogether wrong answer' -- this is very interesting, is that an SE policy to not reject wrong answers? Maybe it just means wrong answers have to be handled by voting without moderators interfering too much.
What exactly is a 'wrong answer?' How do you spot one?
And how are moderators officially handling 'wrong answers' on this site? Are they leaving it to voting or taking direct action on 'wrong answers' by deleting them?
Should users flag wrong answers (for deletion) when they spot one or should they just comment, downvote and move on?