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  • Re: Is he wrong?

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    Suny Ag
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    You forgot to include Up, Delhi, Bihar and Kerala in your list Kalyani. By the way, UP is worst hit by this problem.


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  • Re: Is he wrong?

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    Kalyani Nandurkar
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    suni51 wrote:

    You forgot to include Up, Delhi, Bihar and Kerala in your list Kalyani. By the way, UP is worst hit by this problem.

    I know that UP has the worst cases of riots between Muslims and Hindus but was really not aware that they are doing everything to displace Hindus from there! So UP is also as critical as probably J&K and WB


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  • Re: Is he wrong?

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    usha manohar
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    This kind to f communalisation is happening everywhere. In a small town in Kerala , the streets have been renamed into Arab and other Islamic names and when the local Hindus protested , they were beaten up by the goons and the police looked the other way .Apparently , there are hundreds of newcomers ,  who are unknown to any of the locals living since generations in that area . The police refuse to take any action.


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  • Re: Is he wrong?

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    arjun sai
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    usha manohar wrote:

    This kind to f communalisation is happening everywhere. In a small town in Kerala , the streets have been renamed into Arab and other Islamic names and when the local Hindus protested , they were beaten up by the goons and the police looked the other way .Apparently , there are hundreds of newcomers ,  who are unknown to any of the locals living since generations in that area . The police refuse to take any action.

    Very similar to this there was an incident which happened in Kolkata where TMC goons belonging to Muslim community butchered several Hindus. This incident is known by localites of West Bengal but this incident was not covered by any news paper or news channel and no case was filed. When I was in Kolkata, I came to know about a street in park circus area of Kolkata where even police does not enter. There is rumour that if any Hindu enters that street and by mistake gets into argument with any Muslim guy, even police cannot save him. 


  • Re: Is he wrong?

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    arjun sai wrote:
    usha manohar wrote:

    This kind to f communalisation is happening everywhere. In a small town in Kerala , the streets have been renamed into Arab and other Islamic names and when the local Hindus protested , they were beaten up by the goons and the police looked the other way .Apparently , there are hundreds of newcomers ,  who are unknown to any of the locals living since generations in that area . The police refuse to take any action.

    Very similar to this there was an incident which happened in Kolkata where TMC goons belonging to Muslim community butchered several Hindus. This incident is known by localites of West Bengal but this incident was not covered by any news paper or news channel and no case was filed. When I was in Kolkata, I came to know about a street in park circus area of Kolkata where even police does not enter. There is rumour that if any Hindu enters that street and by mistake gets into argument with any Muslim guy, even police cannot save him. 

    For power CM of WB forget everything, She is also Hindu. it is also surprising that opposition who begin to shouting on minor thing are silent on this issue.


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    arjun sai wrote:
    usha manohar wrote:

    This kind to f communalisation is happening everywhere. In a small town in Kerala , the streets have been renamed into Arab and other Islamic names and when the local Hindus protested , they were beaten up by the goons and the police looked the other way .Apparently , there are hundreds of newcomers ,  who are unknown to any of the locals living since generations in that area . The police refuse to take any action.

    Very similar to this there was an incident which happened in Kolkata where TMC goons belonging to Muslim community butchered several Hindus. This incident is known by localites of West Bengal but this incident was not covered by any news paper or news channel and no case was filed. When I was in Kolkata, I came to know about a street in park circus area of Kolkata where even police does not enter. There is rumour that if any Hindu enters that street and by mistake gets into argument with any Muslim guy, even police cannot save him. 

    I too have heard of Park Circus area where myslims are in majority. I wonder why is it that such areas become crine and violence ridden when they claim that their religion is peace loving ? It doesn't happen in areas with Hindu majority or Christian majority..


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  • Re: Is he wrong?

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    Arunima Singh
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    Shouting for Hindu rights in a Hindu dominant country becomes a communal act. And so such crimes against Hindu never catch political headlines or media attention. Playing minority card is a safe and proved way to gain political points in this secular country. There is no minority population in India. We have more Muslims than Islamic states in our neighborhood. 


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  • Re: Is he wrong?

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    anil
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    Arunima Singh wrote:

    Shouting for Hindu rights in a Hindu dominant country becomes a communal act. And so such crimes against Hindu never catch political headlines or media attention. Playing minority card is a safe and proved way to gain political points in this secular country. There is no minority population in India. We have more Muslims than Islamic states in our neighborhood. 

    Reservation, Casts, minority are issue which are lost long. these are major issues for all political parties, They will keep keep alive these issue time as much possible. For all political parties majority have not any problems in this country.


  • Re: Is he wrong?

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    Kalyani Nandurkar
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    anil wrote:
    Arunima Singh wrote:

    Shouting for Hindu rights in a Hindu dominant country becomes a communal act. And so such crimes against Hindu never catch political headlines or media attention. Playing minority card is a safe and proved way to gain political points in this secular country. There is no minority population in India. We have more Muslims than Islamic states in our neighborhood. 

    Reservation, Casts, minority are issue which are lost long. these are major issues for all political parties, They will keep keep alive these issue time as much possible. For all political parties majority have not any problems in this country.

    Anil, this is not just a political issue but social as well. For centuries, Hindus have been oppressed by the so-called minority community, each time we tried to stand up to them, we were rendered helpless by their extreme cruelty which we lack on whole. And then suddenly, one fine day we were liberated from the clutches of British who were unfortunately replaced by a government which went out of its way each time to do everything possible for these yesteryear oppressers. It was always the Hindu community who was tortured, oppressed and was asked to stand down each time someone showed the valour of fighting them. This has been going on for a long time and now people do not want to bow down to those people who know no peace. So unless they come forward and change their ways, there can be no peace. I am saying this because we have seen that Hindus trying to stay peaceful does not do any thing it is always those people who instigate violence,


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  • Re: Is he wrong?

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    Kalyani Nandurkar
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    Some food for thought:

    https://www.hindupost.in/society-culture/many-hindu-girls-like-riya-gautam-many-european-girls-get-killed-by-muslim-boyfriends-stalkers/?preview_id=19687

    These people will show their gratitude in such manner in return for shelter and livelihood!


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    - W. C. Fields :)


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