When partition had happened in 1947 by ‘two-nation theory’, everyone thought that at least hereafter, the plight of Hindus in India will be less miserable after having *burn burnt* of Islamic rule over 1000 years. But unfortunately, that’s not the case. Kashmiri Pandits who are living in exile in their own country is its biggest proof. Some other reasons:
1) Kidnapping of minor girls:
In the month of March only, 13 Hindu minor girls have been kidnapped and forcefully got married to Muslim old-aged men in Pakistan. There’s no law in Pakistan to stop this, so indirectly we can say these are state-sponsored incidents.
But, is the situation in India any different?
In India, if a Muslim man converts a 14-year-old Hindu minor girl to Islam, marries/rapes her, he is not guilty of any crime because as per Indian law, the girl is a Muslim and her marriage now falls under Sharia Islamic law. And as per Sharia, a 14-year-old girl is not minor. Thus, our state also, in a way, promotes forceful conversions.
A minor Dalit girl is made to convert to Islam & marry her kidnapper
Poor father is making rounds of court with her Class 10 marksheet that shows her to be a minor, hoping to get the custody of his only daughter back
All because @bijnorpolice didn't act in time
My report: https://t.co/MJweQPgKRs
— Swati Goel Sharma (@swati_gs) September 13, 2018
Minor Dalit Girl Missing In New Delhi: Police Don’t Name Accused In FIR, Call Victim’s Family ‘Communal’ https://t.co/8HAkSedQgr
— Swati Goel Sharma (@swati_gs) August 28, 2018
Rampant conversions are happening all over India. Similar to Pakistan, the percentage of Hindu population is decreasing drastically in many states of India.
A Dalit family in Mewat filed FIR against a Muslim neighbour for pressuring him to convert, insulting him with casteist slur and thrashing him & his family. I and @haryannvi bring you a ground report and write on English MSM's discomfort with the case https://t.co/v1a1Lt6Zmt
— Swati Goel Sharma (@swati_gs) January 30, 2018
Christian population in Arunachal rose from 1% in 1971 to over 30% in 2011, experts agree it's due to conversionhttps://t.co/MH54arcwO4
— Swati Goel Sharma (@swati_gs) March 8, 2017
There’s a need to repeal FCRA Act completely and ban all foreign money inflow through FCRA, except for the funds from OCIs, and end interference of foreign governments in our country.
3) No control over education:
Maharashtra RTE dues still not cleared. Such pathetic government. This is an annual affair in the state now.
Students in a fix as private schools to stop Right to Education admissions https://t.co/TgiRkNkCP1
— Arihant (@haryannvi) March 18, 2019
In UP, 2,000 private unaided Hindu schools to boycott RTE admissions. The state govt hasn't reimbursed fees in the last 2 years. https://t.co/hfULr4CxJL
— Arihant (@haryannvi) March 4, 2018
Via Right to Education Act (2009), freedom of majority (read Hindu)-run schools restricted. As government is not reimbursing payment to such schools on time and applying many harsh conditions time to time, they are closing one by one. Not to talk about distortion of history in school syllabi in favour of cruel Muslim rulers. While various governments in India are funding Madrasas, there isn’t any provision of vedic pathshalas or anything related to preservation and propagation of Hindu (native Indian) literature, arts, dance forms, culture and traditions.
4) No control over temples:
Freeing Hindu temples: Talk by Sai Deepak is eyeopener on damage done by "secular" state to Hindu temples https://t.co/SQcEF0YfCo
— R Jagannathan (@TheJaggi) October 21, 2016
Many of ancient temples have been destroyed to ruins or have been converted to mosques in Pakistan. However, in India also, Hindus have no control over temples or their incomes. Most of the temple land, in many of the cases, is either encroached by Mosques or their funds have been diverted to the welfare of minority communities. Moreover, not to talk about the status of proposed Ram Mandir despite all the proofs given by the archeologists that temple existed their before it had been demolished by Babar.
5) Discrimination in various welfare schemes:
Hindus face discrimination in welfare schemes as they are not eligible for minority-centred schemes and scholarships even in states where Hindus are in minority. State-funded central universities such as Jamia Islamia and AMU have minority quota but no reservations for backward castes. Illegal Rohingyas and Bangladeshis get ration cards and voting cards, but persecuted Hindus who came as refugees are being sent back from India.