Hijra (an Arabic word for migration) is known to be much deadlier than jihad. The Hijra tactics are quite effective in Islam as it helps to migrate to places, settle there and flourish well. Assam, Odisha, Uttarakhand, and Nepal, the four Hindu areas that fought and defeated jihad. Consistently for 800 years. Then came the British. They came ruled and overthrew whatever remained of Muslim rule in India.
Did Muslims give up? No, they simply changed their tactics. In 1906 they publicly declared their plans to settle Assam. In the 1930s many Congress leaders pointed this to Nehru. He laughed it off and said, “ख़ाली पड़ा है, कोई तो बसेगा ही। (It is empty, someone will settle)”. Assam is now 35% Muslim.
You defeat jihad, they will simply settle in your territory and start Ruling there, the random, unceasing, low level, scattered violence, the deadliest weapon of jihad.
Then came Independence. India got secularised. Muslims started to settle in present-day Odisha and Uttarakhand. Puri Shankaracharya continued to worry about the erosion of Hinduism.
After India got Independence then came the 1980s. Christians planted communist insurgency in Nepal. Muslims also started settling there and habited quietly. Communists won. Nepal is now 10% Muslim.
You defeat jihad, they will simply settle in your territory and start Ruling there, the random, unceasing, low level, scattered violence, the deadliest weapon of jihad. They have successfully repeated this tactic in Europe and North America.
They succeed because there is no Hindu control room, no watchtowers, no analysts of emerging threats, no formulators of counter-strategies.
It ends in street rapes of Hindu women, massacres and Hindu flight. Media covers up everything. It declares that Muslims are the victims. Because it is sold to huge zakat (charity/Donation) money.
So now what? So now, you are the Hindu leader. you know the truth and leave it. Do your bit. Help Hindu victims of Delhi through the organisations you know and Trust (NGO) working there. But do your bit.
Now that we know the problem, the solution will emerge.