Readers’ Forum : Deadly Nexus
(Organiser, 11.1.2015);This refers to the article ‘ Deadly Nexus ‘ by Suresh Kumar in Organiser, giving figures, indicating fast growth of Muslim population in Kerala. It has also been stated that, if Bharat, Pakistan and Bangladesh is put together, Muslim population in the undivided Bharat would “increase from 30 per cent now to 50 per cent in around 2060”. Dr B R Ambedkar was the only realistic leader, who analysed Muslim problem from various angles in his book Pakistan or The Partition of India, and finally suggested that it was in the interest of the Hindus to accept Pakistan as home land for the Indian Muslims, with ‘Complete Exchange of Population’. Even Jinnah had been pleading for exchange of population. It was Gandhi, Nehru and Patel, who were at the helm of affairs at that time, did great treachery by accepting Pakistan as an exclusive homeland for the Muslims, but without complete exchange of population. Exchange of population is the only solution. Now BJP and RSS are in power with Shri Narendra Modi as our Prime Minister. They must correct this historical wrong done by Gandhi, Nehru and Patel before the next elections and create their special place in the history of Bharat.
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Whenever there is an assault on the religious places belonging to the Muslims and Christians hue and cry is raised and fingers are pointed towards the Hindus and the Sangh Parivar, without any investigation. It has become a fashion among the so-called seculars. The recent conspiracy hatched by these elements to put Sangh Parivar in dock following the pelting of stones on a church in Maharashtra was exposed by the Maharashtra State Police. Police investigation revealed that four accused persons who have been arrested in the recent case are all gamblers, have confessed to their offence that church was stoned by them because the management of the church had objected to their sitting adjacent to the church and playing cards and taking drugs . In fact their den was raided by the police following the complaint lodged by the management of the church. No Hindu organisation and the Sangh has anything to do with these attacks.
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Bridging Divide: Uniform Civil Code
( Organiser, 22.2.2015);This refers to the article titled ‘Bridging Divide : Uniform Civil Code’ by Hitesh Rangra in Organiser. When Bharat got its Independence as divided Bharat,certain foolish steps were taken knowingly or unknowingly , intentionally or helplessly such as:- (1) Though undivided Bharat was divided on the basis of Two Nation Theory keeping in mind Hindu/Muslim population, Pakistan declared itself as an Islamic state, but divided Bharat could not call itself as “Hindu Rashtra” and declared itself as a “Secular Nation”. (2) Though “Cow Protection” was the root cause of Bharat’s Independence Struggle in 1857 and also responsible for the division of undivided Bharat , the same could not be achieved as on date. (3) Prime importance to “Ayurveda Medicine System”, its development/promotion was not achieved, but Allopathy Medicine (popularly known as ‘English Medicine’) was patronised. (4) Providing Jammu & Kashmir a separate national entity and special status. Apart from the above factors, ‘Uniform Civil Code’ is another issue which could not be achieved along with the above factors. Now all these factors put together have become chronic and it has become difficult for us to even dream that they would ever be resolved .
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No religion bars knowledge
No religion bars one from learning the virtues of the other religion. It is gratifying to know that a Muslim girl has bagged a Gita contest, coming at the top of a list of some 4,000 students. She has proved that religion is no barrier to the quest for inclusive knowledge. The development is as refreshing as an earlier instance years ago when a Muslim girl in Kerala getting the first prize in a Sanskrit Vedanta course, even as many non-Muslim fellow student had dropped the project mid-way. The girl was quoted as saying that she wants to pursue higher studies in Vedanta.