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India

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Sahil , Aug, 02 2016

Beginning of the end of the secular Indian state. ‪Muslim majority areas are a becoming a problem for non-Mulsims and hence repercussions are creating a disastrous loop


It seems that nefarious forces are at work, terrorizing innocent citizens to flee in order to execute a demographic change. Western UP has historically had a significant Muslim population alongside a strong Hindu majority. Over the years, however, multiple factors have resulted in a situation where an increasing Muslim population has begun to edge out the Hindu population. For example, Muzaffarnagar, the site of 2013 riots used to be 71% Hindu in 1981. As per 2011 census, that number stands at 56%. Similarly for Kairana, 2011 census counts around 68% of the population as Muslim, whereas that number in 2001 was 48%. As per estimates, the number of Hindus in Kairana had dwindled to 8% in June 2016. And that is not it, recent newspaper reports point towards a similar trend in Aligarh.
It seems that nefarious forces are at work, terrorizing innocent citizens to flee in order to execute a demographic change. Western UP has historically had a significant Muslim population alongside a strong Hindu majority. Over the years, however, multiple factors have resulted in a situation where an increasing Muslim population has begun to edge out the Hindu population. For example, Muzaffarnagar, the site of 2013 riots used to be 71% Hindu in 1981. As per 2011 census, that number stands at 56%. Similarly for Kairana, 2011 census counts around 68% of the population as Muslim, whereas that number in 2001 was 48%. As per estimates, the number of Hindus in Kairana had dwindled to 8% in June 2016. And that is not it, recent newspaper reports point towards a similar trend in Aligarh.

Pranav , Aug, 02 2016


Separation of state from religion is essential in a Multi-ethnic country like India but in countries where there is cultural and Ethnic homogeneity , it may not be an essential feature. If the state adopts any particular religion , it may lead to negative discrimination , evoking communal tensions and hampering democracy. Thus state adopting a particular religion is highly uncalled for peace and prosperity of a region.
Separation of state from religion is essential in a Multi-ethnic country like India but in countries where there is cultural and Ethnic homogeneity , it may not be an essential feature. If the state adopts any particular religion , it may lead to negative discrimination , evoking communal tensions a


Zoya Khan , Aug, 02 2016


in a state with many religions, were in there is one religion with majority, it tries to achieve its dominance in running the matters related with the government and this culture is not to be conducive in the long run, implying, the state to not interfere in the religious matters and also not to get influenced by any religion irrespective of its strength. State, when it pursue the provision of secular in its country should strive to maintain that and it is observed only when, state doesnot mix both the religion and state, and provides for equal space for all religions to pursue their practices. This nurtures the society in the right direction and instills a sense of confidence. It is observed that, if there is no opportunity for one to change his religion as per his needs, then there exists a condition of stagnation, were in, no opportunities provided by the state for individual freedom, so therefore freedom towards these have benefit ted the nation in the long run. For eg: this gave opportunity to abolish discrimination, untouchability etc.
in a state with many religions, were in there is one religion with majority, it tries to achieve its dominance in running the matters related with the government and this culture is not to be conducive in the long run, implying, the state to not interfere in the religious matters and also not to get