(Organiser, 20.09.2015); There was a news item titled, ‘Saints demand population policy’ in the Sangh Samachar Page of Organiser. Great concern has been expressed on decrease in Hindu population and increase in Muslim population. In fact this is not a new phenomena, but is so since the first census held in 1881. The remedy suggested is not practicable, as the government elected by the people having a large component of Muslim voters can never do anything against the wishes of the Muslims. Creation of Pakistan in 1947 as an exclusive homeland for the Muslims of Bharat, gave a golden opportunity to get rid of this problem , as Jinnah and the Muslim League had argued a number of times, that after creation of Pakistan , there would be a complete exchange of population and Muslims will have no claim over the remaining Hindustan meant to be a homeland for the Hindus and non-Muslims. It was all due to the treachery by Gandhi, Nehru and the Congress, that exchange of population was not done, rather Gandhi went on fast unto death for the sake of Muslims. This wrong must be corrected by the Modi government. That is the only solution.
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(Organiser,13.9.2015); This refers to the article titled ‘Correcting Distortions’ by Shri Virag Pachpore in Organiser. The basic logic behind naming and renaming of roads or any monument, edifice, area, city or town etc is simple, but it is we who have made it complicated and messed up the things. In a simple way we can put it this way that any person irrespective of caste, creed, religion and even nationality, who supports, promotes, builds the ideals, culture, community of any nation, he or she deserves to be honoured by that country. He or she can be honoured by that country by giving award or by naming the road in his name so that for generations people will remember him. In this case we know that Aurangzeb had committed many atrocities on Hindus and Sikhs and damaged our civilisation then why should we honour him by naming the road in his name? On the other hand Dr Annie Beasant deserves to be honoured for the support she rendered to Bharat.
Draconian action is the only remedy
Anti-national activities carried out by some separatist elements in Jammu and Kashmir, rebels in north-east region and Naxalities in Chhattisgarh and Andhra Pradesh should be crushed ruthlessly. Waving Pakistani flag, raising anti-Bharat and pro-Pakistani slogans has become a routine. Spree killing of security forces and innocent civilians by Naxalities is a matter of grave concern. Separatist leader Sayyed Shah Geelani has gone to such an extend that he has challenged the sovereignty of Bharat by holding anti-Bharat rallies and anti-Bharat seminars on Bharat’s soil itself. Modi government must check these anti- Bharat activities by taking concrete actions against such separatists.
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Vice President of Bharat Hamid Ansari has complained that Muslims are facing deprivation, exclusion and discrimination. On the contrary I feel that Muslims have always been treated as a privileged lot in Bharat. They got, and still are getting concessions. In fact they are getting such concessions which they would not get even in a Muslim country. If one really wants to see the condition of minorities we must see the pathetic condition of Hindu minorities in Bangladesh and Pakistan.In comparison to that Muslims in Bharat are living a far better life. In spite of this Muslims in Bharat are bent upon not to integrate with the Hindus. (Organiser has published several articles on the miserable condition of the Hindus in Pakistan and Bangladesh).
V P JAIN, Mandir Marg,