Government should stop this discrimination against Hindus

Hindus have been subjected to deprivation and discrimination by successive Indian governments including the present BJP government

Hindus have been subjected to deprivation and discrimination by successive Indian governments including the present BJP government
Hindus have been subjected to deprivation and discrimination by successive Indian governments including the present BJP government

How Govt’s discriminatory laws, policies crushing Hindus

In a country where there is no “equality before the law”, justice dies.

It is deplorable that in India, Hindu civilization is being crushed by the bulldozer of discriminatory laws and policies. The said bulldozer has been driven by successive Indian governments. And since 2014, it is being driven by BJP, the much-admired nationalist outfit.

Whether given by a friend or a foe, “discrimination” is a poison that kills its victim.

“EQUALITY” and “FRATERNITY” stipulated in its preamble are the basic features of the Indian Constitution. Besides, Article 15 (1) of the Constitution prohibits discrimination against any Indian citizen on the ground of religion. But in the name of fake “secularism”, Hindus have been subjected to deprivation and discrimination by successive Indian governments including the present BJP government.

Real “secularism” implies separation of State and religion; “equality before the law”; one nation and one law; same rights and same laws for every citizen irrespective of his religion; and no division of the nation into majority and minority.

But in India, anything which is discriminatory and pro-minority is promoted as “secularism”.

Such brazen discrimination does not exist in any other democratic country.

Unhappy with Congress-led government’s discriminatory laws and minority-appeasing policies during 2004 to 2014, and impressed by BJP’s promises of “justice to all and appeasement of none” and “Uniform Civil Code”, countless Indians toiled to bring BJP in power.

But after getting power in 2014, though BJP deserves credit for repealing Article 370 and for passing “The Citizenship (Amendment) Act” in 2019, it has forgotten “justice to all and appeasement of none” and “Uniform Civil Code”.

Besides, the BJP government has continued the Congress-led government’s discriminatory laws and has vastly expanded minority-appeasing policies which have crippled Hindus and are destroying Hindu civilization, one of the oldest surviving civilizations.

This discrimination invites Hindus to convert to a minority religion if they want to get benefits given to minorities.

Moreover, this discrimination is fragmenting Hindu society since to escape discrimination, some Hindu sects proclaim that they are a minority. While earlier, Ramakrishna Mission had claimed itself to be a minority, now many Lingayats in Karnataka want minority status.

Some examples of discriminatory laws and policies are given as follows:

1. Nation’s division on a religious basis

Though the Indian Constitution does not define the terms ‘majority’ and ‘minority’, Congress government’s “National Commission for Minorities Act, 1992” divided the nation into ‘majority’ and ‘minority’ on a religious basis. As per this Act, Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists, Zoroastrians were notified as minorities in 1993, and Jains in 2014.

BJP has maintained the status-quo of the nation’s division into majority and minority; and has not repealed the “National Commission for Minorities Act, 1992.”

2. Incentives for minorities

As the opposition party, BJP had termed the Congress-led government’s creation of Sachar Committee and Minority Affairs Ministry in 2006 as communal, divisive, and “appeasement” of minorities.

But the ruling BJP has continued this Ministry; and has vastly expanded minority-appeasement policies by launching many new schemes such as “Nai Manzil”, “Nai Udaan”, “Naya Savera”, “Shaadi Shagun”, “Padho Pardesh” etc., for minorities.

Under these schemes, the government is spending thousands of crores of rupees every year for financial and educational incentives, scholarships, etc. for minorities.

Besides, renaming the Congress-led government’s Multi-sectoral Development Plan for Minorities as Pradhan Mantri Jan Vikas Karyakram, BJP Government has expanded it to 308 districts.

3. Five-crore scholarships

Immediately after winning the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP government declared five crore scholarships for minorities on June 5, 2019.

4. Education Act, 2009

The Congress-led government passed the “Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009” which provides for the government’s stringent control only over Hindu-run schools since minority-run schools are exempted from this Act.

Moreover, this Act requires these schools to provide free education (with negligible compensation from the government) to at least 25 percent of students from weaker sections.

This Act has made the cost of Hindu-run schools prohibitively closing thousands of Hindu-run schools.

BJP government has neither repealed nor amended this Act for giving uniform treatment to all schools, whether run by the majority or by the minority community.

5. Endless wait for “Uniform Civil Code”

Just one policy that can finish many discriminatory laws and policies is the Uniform Civil Code.

Though BJP’s Election Manifestoes of 2009, 2014, and 2019 had promised to implement Uniform Civil Code; though Supreme Court has repeatedly suggested its enactment in many of its judgments; though Article 44 of Indian Constitution stipulates that, “The State shall endeavour to secure for the citizens a Uniform Civil Code throughout the territory of India”; it has not been implemented so far.

6. National Education Policy, 2020

The government’s National Education Policy, 2020 expands minority appeasement in the field of education.

Chapter 6 of this Policy has created a special category named Socio-Economically Disadvantaged Groups (S.E.D.G.s). Though earlier education policy was having special provisions for SC, ST, OBCs, and females, National Education Policy, 2020 add minorities also in “S.E.D.G.s” for special treatment.

Like for school education, Chapter 14 dealing with higher education also contains many special privileges for college education which S.E.D.G.s including minorities have been given. These include, inter alia, special funds, and scholarships, the creation of separate colleges and universities, the relaxation of norms for admissions, etc.

7. Hindus Temples

Prominent Hindu temples all over India, and having assets worth thousands of crores of rupees are under the government’s control whereas minority places of worship enjoy freedom from the government’s control.

This is depriving Hindus of the self-supporting infrastructure of their places of worship.

In this connection, mention may be made of venerable Dr. Subramanian Swamy, the glorious champion of Temples’ freedom who has done his utmost for this cause through his relentless efforts and petitions filed before various High Courts and Supreme Court.

Just one recent example of his matchless efforts is given here.

After his petitions were filed before Uttrakhand High Court and Supreme Court, in November 2021, Uttrakhand Government withdrew the “Char Dham Devasthanam Board Act, 2019” which had provided for the government’s takeover of 53 important temples in Uttrakhand.

Temples all over India must be liberated from the government’s control to treat Hindus at par with other communities in religious matters.

8. Cultural and Educational Rights

The government has done nothing to amend Articles 29 and 30 to extend cultural and educational rights (stipulated therein for minorities) to every community, whether majority or minority.

9. Fate of “Equal Rights” Bills

In 2016, Dr. Satya Pal Singh, BJP member of Lok Sabha introduced Bill Number 226 seeking amendment of Articles 15, and Articles 25 to 30 to extend religious, educational, and cultural rights stipulated therein, to every community, whether majority or minority. This Bill wanted to treat Hindus at par with other communities.

Since the government did not pass this Bill, it lapsed.

And his similar Bill No. 205 introduced in Lok Sabha in November 2019 has also not been passed so far.

As a result, discrimination continues.

Easy solution

As per Barbara Tuchman, American historian and author of ‘The March of Folly’, “The disasters of history are the results of the government’s folly and perverse persistence in pursuing the policies contrary to national interests.”

With even the BJP government continuing discriminatory laws and policies, many of BJP’s admirers feel dismayed; and want this discrimination to stop forthwith.

It is a critical situation for Hindu civilization since the main opposition parties are pseudo-secular, there is no party to oppose this discrimination being continued by the BJP government.

Thus, victims of discrimination have become political orphans.

Considering the hapless situation, nationalists must ensure that BJP remains loyal to its declared agenda and that it does not take them for granted for lack of an alternative nationalist party.

For any meaningful democracy, there should be at least two nationalist political parties. Accordingly, nationalists must start building a new political party to give the public a better choice.

The proposed new party should liberate the country from the slavery of ‘fake-secularism’; ensure the same rights and same laws for every Indian citizen irrespective of his religion.

However, till such a party emerges, a peaceful movement should be launched to earnestly request the government to do as follows:

    • Abolish the Ministry of Minority Affairs; help all deserving Indian citizens irrespective of their religion.
      This can be done immediately just by an executive order/ notification without any legislation.
    • Implement Uniform Civil Code as promised in BJP’s Election Manifestoes of 2009, 2014, and 2019.

BJP government should have taken these actions in 2014 itself. It must do so now as per its perpetual and declared agenda.

These actions would save Hindu civilization and would transform India into a very strong, fair, equitable, really secular, and united nation.

Both the above-mentioned actions are easily do-able. But victims of discrimination have to be vehement and vocal and make sustained and peaceful efforts for implementation of these actions.

As aptly observed by Eleanor Roosevelt, “No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.”

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34 COMMENTS

  1. Let me first salute the author of the article for his tireless crusade in highlighting the Government’s indifference and policies of harming the interests of Hindus. He has raised certain valid questions which are crying for solution since our independence. One of the foremost question is regarding Uniform Civil Code ( UCC )

    The question that we have to answer is not whether India should do away with the concept of personal laws and bring in a Uniform Civil Code for all citizens but why India should not usher in UCC treating it as a national emergency. If someone puts a question to me whether is it the right time for bringing such a law? I would say it is already too late, and that we have knowingly allowed the grass to grow under our feet. The naysayers will always say as they are saying it for the last 75 years that the idea of UCC is a complex one and needs political consensus and also requires winning the confidence of the major minority community etc. They will also say that there are many angles involved — legislative, religious, gender, political, and constitutional. Even a child knows that the issue has become more political than legal. Had the framers of our Constitution not deferred the decision to a later stage, it would have become law of the land long ago. For the first Prime Minister of India Mr. Nehru, the time was not ripe to bring such legislation. May be that some of the political parties, claiming to be secular ones, try their best to keep the issue unresolved for the next 50/100 years, so that by then the issue itself would become irrelevant since the community which is in minority at present, would become a majority community by then. For the Congress and for most of the other opposition and regional parties, vote bank politics and Muslim appeasement is the easiest way to acquire power and warm the chair. What Goa can do why the entire India cannot do? Goa is the only Indian state that has a uniform civil code.

    One needs to be fair towards the ruling BJP, since that is the only Party making some noise for a UCC, that too for decades including it in it’s poll manifestoes. Though Narendra Modi has the mandate, the perceived ability, and willingness to bring in the UCC, somehow the 56” chest appears to insufficient to overcome this challenge. Unless, the Prime Minister and the BJP and other like minded organisations go to the people directly to convince them that UCC is a secular concept and is above all privacy laws based on religion or caste, there will not be any smooth sailing for this moment of history waiting to happen for the last Seventyfive years.

    Recently, renewed debate on UCC has resurfaced in many quarters after the Delhi High Court observed that there is a need for it so that the youth of modern India does not suffer from conflicts due to the presence of multiple personal laws. Even the Supreme Court too has pointed out that the founding fathers who framed the Constitution had hoped that the state would bring in such a code. In 1985, in the Shah Bano case, the Supreme Court had observed that the UCC would keep the country as one. In 1995, the Court had directed the government to implement Article 44 of the Constitution in the country. It was only after the Supreme Court verdict outlawing the practice of Triple Talaq among the Muslim community in India in 2019, the debate on UCC came to the surface again. The promise made, not long ago by the Union Law Minister to the Parliament, that the government was committed to bringing in the UCC is fresh in our memory.

    There may be some genuine difference of opinion and certain reservations on this on valid grounds for bringing in UCC. It is for all the concerned to dispel the genuine misunderstands if any, since people at large will draw more benefits than multiple laws with conflicting provisions. Since we are governed under a functioning democracy, the opposition to this issue cannot be wished away. Therefore, it is also necessary to build political consensus as far as possible, approach the public directly through various forums and bring in the UCC without delay.

    Though there are many issues which are required to be dealt with firmly at the Government level, according to me, the subject of ‘ Madarasa ‘ education needs to be dealt with on top priority basis. It is widely believed that ‘ Madarasas ‘ have become factories in converting impressionable young Muslim boys into hardcore fundamentalists. Their spread in the last 30/40 years is unbelievable. Coupled with Government grants, these institutions instil in the young minds dogmas that lead to Seperatist attitudes. . It is high time that Governments iat Central and State level stop funding these Madarasas and keep control over the curriculum of teachings there.

    Let there be many more Arora sahebs to pursue the agenda for the cause of Hindus and Hinduism. Then only we have any hope of sustaining the ‘ Sanatan Dharma ‘.

  2. Let me first salute the author of the article for his tireless crusade in highlighting the Government’s indifference and policies of harming the interests of Hindus. He has raised certain valid questions which are crying for solution since our independence. One of the foremost question is regarding Uniform Civil Code ( UCC )
    The question that we have to answer is not whether India should do away with the concept of personal laws and bring in a Uniform Civil Code for all citizens but why India should not usher in UCC treating it as a national emergency. If someone puts a question to me whether is it the right time for bringing such a law? I would say it is already too late, and that we have knowingly allowed the grass to grow under our feet. The naysayers will always say as they are saying it for the last 75 years that the idea of UCC is a complex one and needs political consensus and also requires winning the confidence of the major minority community etc. They will also say that there are many angles involved — legislative, religious, gender, political, and constitutional. Even a child knows that the issue has become more political than legal. Had the framers of our Constitution not deferred the decision to a later stage, it would have become law of the land long ago. For the first Prime Minister of India Mr. Nehru, the time was not ripe to bring such legislation. May be that some of the political parties, claiming to be secular ones, try their best to keep the issue unresolved for the next 50/100 years, so that by then the issue itself would become irrelevant since the community which is in minority at present, would become a majority community by then. For the Congress and for most of the other opposition and regional parties, vote bank politics and Muslim appeasement is the easiest way to acquire power and warm the chair. What Goa can do why the entire India cannot do? Goa is the only Indian state that has a uniform civil code.
    One needs to be fair towards the ruling BJP, since that is the only Party making some noise for a UCC, that too for decades including it in it’s poll manifestoes. Though Narendra Modi has the mandate, the perceived ability, and willingness to bring in the UCC, somehow the 56” chest appears to insufficient to overcome this challenge. Unless, the Prime Minister and the BJP and other like minded organisations go to the people directly to convince them that UCC is a secular concept and is above all privacy laws based on religion or caste, there will not be any smooth sailing for this moment of history waiting to happen for the last Seventyfive years.
    Recently, renewed debate on UCC has resurfaced in many quarters after the Delhi High Court observed that there is a need for it so that the youth of modern India does not suffer from conflicts due to the presence of multiple personal laws. Even the Supreme Court too has pointed out that the founding fathers who framed the Constitution had hoped that the state would bring in such a code. In 1985, in the Shah Bano case, the Supreme Court had observed that the UCC would keep the country as one. In 1995, the Court had directed the government to implement Article 44 of the Constitution in the country. It was only after the Supreme Court verdict outlawing the practice of Triple Talaq among the Muslim community in India in 2019, the debate on UCC came to the surface again. The promise made, not long ago by the Union Law Minister to the Parliament, that the government was committed to bringing in the UCC is fresh in our memory.
    There may be some genuine difference of opinion and certain reservations on this on valid grounds for bringing in UCC. It is for all the concerned to dispel the genuine misunderstands if any, since people at large will draw more benefits than multiple laws with conflicting provisions. Since we are governed under a functioning democracy, the opposition to this issue cannot be wished away. Therefore, it is also necessary to build political consensus as far as possible, approach the public directly through various forums and bring in the UCC without delay.

    Though there are many issues which are required to be dealt with firmly at the Government level, according to me, the subject of ‘ Madarasa ‘ education needs to be dealt with on top priority basis. It is widely believed that ‘ Madarasas ‘ have become factories in converting impressionable young Muslim boys into hardcore fundamentalists. Their spread in the last 30/40 years is unbelievable. Coupled with Government grants, these institutions instil in the young minds dogmas that lead to Seperatist attitudes. . It is high time that Governments iat Central and State level stop funding these Madarasas and keep control over the curriculum of teachings there.
    Let there be many more Arora sahebs to pursue the agenda for the cause of Hindus and Hinduism. Then only we have any hope of sustaining the ‘ Sanatan Dharma ‘.

  3. This article by Shri J.G. Arora is so profound and authentic in raising the most important legal issues that impact directly upon various aspects-social, political, ethical, moral, educational as well as dharmic and religious- of Hindu society, National character and short-term as well as long-term sustainability and enrichment of Hindu civilization. He has categorized meaningfully with logic and rigor the eight maladies inflicted upon the Hindus by the blatantly toxic policies and their equally cancerous applications by the current Government as well as previous governments. These policies amount to blatant appeasement of the so-called non-Hindu minorities as has been brought out clearly by the author. Also, these policies go against the very foundational principles of “Equality before the Law” as enshrined in the Indian constitution, as discussed.
    The author has also prescribed the legal-cure against these maladies that include abolition of the ministry of minority affairs -which is extra constitutional- and the implementation of “Uniform Civil Code”-mandated by the Constitution.
    The author Shri Arora Ji deserves my appreciation and reverence for bringing these important issues of profound significance out for the Government to act, and for all of us to support this effort with dedicated mind and heart that can bring the needed sense of dignity and justice to all the citizens of the Indian Nation. Thanks a lot for giving us a wake-up call to rise up and act.

  4. Excellent article by Shri Arora. He has raised very important issues which have far reaching effect on the country as a whole besides the so called majority. I call it ‘so called’ because voice of this community is being ignored by all the Governments since 1947 till date including the the present Government which is supposedly of a party which flourishes on the shoulders of this community only but is oblivious of the discrimination meted out to this community. The solution given by Shri Arora is very apt. Let all of us write letters to the PM and Head of RSS to take proper steps before it is too late.

  5. Government’s policies include the government’s control of all prominent Hindu temples all over India.
    As highlighted in this article, prominent Hindu temples all over India, and having assets worth thousands of crores of rupees are under the government’s control whereas minorities’ places of worship enjoy total freedom from government’s management and control.
    This is depriving Hindus of the self-supporting and important infrastructure of their places of worship.
    How one wishes that India should have more noble nationalists like Dr. Subramanian Swamy who for the last many years has done so much for the cause of temples’ freedom from government’s control through his relentless efforts and petitions filed before various High Courts and Supreme Court.

  6. EQUALITY UNDER THE LAW OR EQUAL JUSTICE UNDER THE LAW AND NO ONE LAW IS ABOVE THE LAW etc are enshrined in our constitution; when GOI has unequal policy, is it nt unconstitutional? Basically, our basic rights and civil liberties and constitutional equality is violated by the very govt that is supposed to uphold these equal treatment guaranteed in our constitution.

    Institutionalized discrimination is on-going for the last 1000 years due to firangi rule; now after 1947, this sort of inequality is totally unacceptable. @RituRathaur has been fighting this. The latin phrase- “Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?” means who watches the watchers? meaning, WHO GUARDS THE GUARDIANS? If watch dog is not for the underdogs, top dogs will be illegals..

    Reverse discrimination for SC/ST was given by NEHRU-GANDHI quotas and reservations; but why for ex rulers who got filthy rich from colonial loot? Now waqf land lords need more GOI largesse? Surely not.

    Discrimination favors the wrong folks, isn’t ?

  7. If BJP is to get re-elected, it cannot afford to lose public trust; due to biased practices and policy positions, it has already lost public confidence; at the minimum, UCC AND MINORITY AFFAIRS only for harijans and non-christian tribals makes sense.

    Right now, there is no public safety in many parts of INDIA due to IAS/IPS not preventing political violence by opposition parties. Punjab, kERALA and WB, etc are examples; evangelism needs to be banned. Certain outfits – simi type – like PFI needs to be banned. Others like NCP/TMC/INC/TDP/DMK need to be held more accountable. IAS/IPS cannot blindly allow street romeos and rioters.

  8. Reservation on the basis of caste and number is not justified. There are so many poor and helpless among the upper castes, but they are not given any reservation. Attention should also be paid to the number of cases pending in the courts. The social justice system will be strong only then the welfare of the people and development of the country will be possible.

  9. It has been a profound historical misfortune of India that this great country had been subjected to foreign political domination for almost a thousand years. This long political subjugation has had a mortifying impact on the intellectual and cultural identity of Indian society. The most horrifying blow to the intellectual- socio-cultural autonomy of India was delivered by the British colonial usurpation that lasted less than two centuries. The successive Union Governments of post-independent India have been pursuing the minority-appeasement policies, resulting in the utter neglect and apathy towards the majority community. The incumbent Central Government, unfortunately, has demonstrated no departure from this direction pursued by its ignominious predecessors. The learned writer has transparently and lucidly underlined the widespread revulsion brewing within the majority community. The existing political dispensation must immediately read the writing on the wall and reverse the policies that engender this revulsion.

  10. In this excellent article, author has nicely highlighted the fact that one policy which can finish many discriminatory laws and policies is the “Uniform Civil Code”.
    The author has also pointed out that though B.J.P.’s Election Manifestoes of 2009, 2014 and 2019 had promised to implement Uniform Civil Code; though Supreme Court has repeatedly suggested its enactment in many of its judgements; though Article 44 of Indian Constitution stipulates that “The State shall endeavour to secure for the citizens a uniform civil code throughout the territory of India”; government has not not taken any action to implement Uniform Civil Code so far.
    To retain the confidence of its disillusioned supporters in BJP, and to save its own credibility, BJP government must take necessary action to fulfil its perpetual promise of implementation of Uniform Civil Code on a priority basis.
    And this must be done without any further loss of time.

  11. I hope State & Central Government will Consider Points Raised in the Article and Remove Disparity at The Earliest….

    पिछले 72साल से, “हिन्दुओं के मन” में एक बात पक्की होगई है… के हर सरकार, हमेशा, हिन्दुओं के साथ “सिर्फ अन्याय” ही करती आरही है…

    वर्तमान सरकार ने भी इस असमानता दूर करने कुछ नहीं किया है… और मुसलमानों को हर मामले में ((क़ानून के मामले में भी)) छूट देते जा रही है…

    आज भी सारे BENEFITS, सिर्फ, मुस्लिम समाज को ही मिलते आ रहे है… ये भावना हिन्दुओं के दिलों में पक्की होते ही जारही है…. और वर्तमान सरकार भी इस “दुर्भावना को दूर” करने में “असफल” रही है.

    और इस “असमानता की भावना” के कारण हिन्दुओं के “दिलों में नाराजगी” बढ़ते बढ़ते, अब नफ़रत में बदलने लगगई है…. जो भविष्य में कभी भी बड़ी हिंसा के रूप में बदल सकती है…

  12. Views of author are appealing. Being Hindu though majority, injustice MUST NOT BE DONE. We should be treated at-par. Many expectations from BJP are still awaiting though 7 years are passed. All suggested corrections by author should be done earliest to give justice to majority.

  13. बहुत सुंदर लेख । भेदभावपूर्ण नीतियाँ समाज ही नहीं अपितु देश के लिए भी घातक सिद्ध हो सकती हैं । न्यायसंगत व्यवहार ही समाज और देश को सुदृढ़ बनाने में सहायक हो सकता है ।

  14. Hindus must actively lobby and raise their voice at every level to stop discrimination against them. First CDS Late General Shri Vipin Rawat Sir told that India is facing Threat from 2.5 front. The crux of his message was The nation from remain vigilant and prepare to defend from both external as well as internal front. The myopic power hungry stooges are more dangerous than our surrounding enemy countries. It’s time for nationwide movement to demand uniform civil code.

  15. All Sanatanis (Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, Buddhists, etc) and everyone who believes “BharatBhoomi” as Motherland should forget all the differences and leave all the ego behind to unite and assert peacefully to get their share of national resources. Now it’s obvious that Tax payers money is being against them. Sanatan Unity is the key and creation of pan India patriotic front is the way.

  16. Victims of discrimination have become Political orphans.
    The line summarizes everything…
    I am speechless. The author has expressed plight of over 1 billion Sanatanis. My Pranam to Respected Author Shri Arora Sir.

  17. Gerrymandering and mere rhetoric may keep you in power for few years but situation at ground level has deteriorated in last several years. If things are bad, it only go worse if honest efforts are not put a the top level. Repeated attacks on Hindus is clarion call for the top leadership (religious, social & political) to take stock of the ground realities and fullfil the promises made in election manifestoes. They can show their sincerity by implementing UCC immediately.

  18. Winning elections by Hindu Votes and expanding Anti Hindu Policies will ultimately destroy society as well as nation. Main stream media can be influenced by money but social media is still independent which can change the game and creat public pressure to compel the politicians to abandon anti hindu policies and keep “Nation First”.
    Hindus are awakening and are not willing to tolerate any nonsense by power hungry politicians. It’s time to unite and demand our rights. It’s to act and assert actively for our survival.
    Vande Matram

  19. India must Stand Up for the Rights of Indians:

    Since the birth of this nation, our national policy is under the influence of foreign manipulators. Unfortunately, India faced two threats. These are, 1. Pakistan’s act of military aggression, the First Kashmir War, and 2. China’s military conquest of Tibet. At the same time, the newborn nation is expected to deliver some fruits of freedom to the people who patiently struggled to put an end to the British Raj. All tough choices. We should not forget that the threat to Kashmir is posed by the powerful nations of the world. At the same time, India is not able to come up with adequate forces to defend against China’s military expansionism. In my analysis, the minority appeasement policy is imposed by the US as a precondition to extend support in opposing the Chinese threat. Nehru and the Congress were able to easily win in the general elections simply counting upon the popular support of the Indian voters. But, the US kept pushing India to appease the Muslim and the Christian missionary activities.
    I am not surprised to find the predicament of Prime Minister Modi. He is a nationalist and so also Nehru. It is not easy to overcome the foreign pressure. I give credit to Prime Minister Indira Gandhi who took the bold initiatives to defend the national interests while fully appeasing the minorities.
    We have to solve this big problem finding incremental solutions. We cannot afford to put all the things on a single plate as the twin threats to India remain unresolved apart from the dangers of internal subversion inspired by foreign power brokers. We cannot deny the money power.
    My first priority will be that of saving the Hindu temples. My second priority is that of restoring the full rights of Hindus in managing their educational institutions. These we can accomplish as the two changes are not specifically opposed by the US or the United Kingdom. It is strictly an internal issue and it would not alter the reality of the minority appeasement policy imposed by the West. We have to release Hindus from the clutches of our own policies while spending a fortune to keep the minorities happy.

  20. It is very clear that BJP has been avoiding to take up issues it was expected to (other then 370 as for on Ram Mandir the compromise formula of allocation of land is shameful precedence which RSS was too much comitted, to press this shameful compromise).
    It has been suggested, by author, that an alternative Hindu party is needed, on this, I would like to go by Netaji’s precedent of having a Forward Block within Congress, which would not lead to division of votes of Hindus, and would actually strengthen party, but singing praises of दाढ़ी बाबा must stop first, and some devoted people who have been kept out, eg Dr Swami may take lead, to expose दाढ़ी बाबा उपदेश politics !
    For this is the safest course of action at the moment !

  21. There is an urgent need to create wide spread awareness about this subject in the general public. Besides, We must remain positive and constructive and do our utmost to ensure the same and equal rights to every Indian citizen irrespective of his religion.

  22. It is because of the Sheer stupidity of Hindu leaders that the Hindu & Indic religious population has come down from about 90% in 1947 to about 83% now.

    The article suggests the way out before it is too late…

  23. Great article that explains how Hindus have been crippled and Hindu civilization is getting destroyed because of discriminatory laws and policies implemented by successive Indian governments & gives solutions for ending this discrimination for treating Hindus at par with other communities.

  24. Great article. It’s voice of every Hindu. The author has expressed feelings of every concerned Indian. Strict implementation of UCC can ensure survival of Indic Civilization. I bow to the author for writing such an eye opening article. Please share with every contact.

  25. I am RSS Swayamsevak from my childhood and being stanch patriot, I have always voted and supported BJP led NDA government. Even volunteered to actively campaign in every election but now it’s so painful to see government implementing discriminatory policies. Once BJP leader Venkaiyyah Naidu boasted about “TINA” factor which means for Hindus “There Is No Alternative” except BJP. True but millions of true patriots chose not to vote at all and as a result Vajpayee Government was ousted out of power . I wish BJP will not repeat it’s mistake.

  26. All true Patriots and Nationalists should network and unite under one umbrella to form a pan India patriotic pressure group to lobby at every level to compel politicians to fullfill their election time promises and immediately implement Uniform Civil Code.
    United We Stand.
    Jai Hind

  27. Governments have always discriminated against Hindus. We all had high hopes from BJP led NDA, we voted twice to BJP in 2014 and 2019 but they have disappointed. It’s high time BJP leadership should do some introspection and put an end to this discrimination against Hindus immediately otherwise things will go out of hands in coming few years. It’s now or never.

  28. An excellent article by Shri J.G. Arora Sahab. I salute his intellect to acknowledge the root cause of problem and his courage to express it in this article. Truly an eye opener. Every true Indian must read it and share it with everyone.

  29. The author has rightly mentioned that real secularism means “Separation of State and religion; equality before law; one nation and one law; same rights and same laws for every citizen irrespective of his religion; and no division of the nation into majority and minority.”
    Accordingly, all efforts must be made to reject pseudo-secularism; and to replace pseudo-secularism with real secularism in order to stop discrimination; and to ensure same rights and same laws for every Indian citizen irrespective of his religion.

  30. This is an excellent article. It is shocking that mainstream media is totally silent about the government’s discriminatory laws and policies which are destroying Hindu civilization.
    This article nicely explains various aspects of discrimination and also gives solution of the problem so that Hindu civilization survives.
    This article must be gone through by every one who is concerned about survival of Hindu civilization.
    As mentioned in this article, “victims of discrimination have to be vocal and make sustained and peaceful efforts” to “liberate the country from slavery of ‘fake-secularism’; and ensure same rights and same laws for every Indian citizen irrespective of his religion.”

    • Nation was fedup with discriminatory policies of
      UPA Government, Millions of patriots toiled and brought BJP to power in 2014 and again in 2019 by thumping majority. It’s sad, infact shocking that BJP Government not only implemented the same discriminatory policies but also expanded it. India’s future is in peril and it’s question of our survival. Every patriot should raise the voice and demand Uniform Civil Code.

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