At independence, Bharat had 8% Muslim population, while the areas that went to Pakistan (including today’s Bangladesh) had 22% Hindu/Sikh population. Today, Pakistan’s Hindu/Sikh population is about 0.5%, meaning Hindus are almost extinct in Pakistan, while their number has fallen to around 8% in Bangladesh.
In contrast, in the 2011 census, Muslim population of Bharat had doubled to 14.2%. It was widely believed even then that the number did not include a few crore illegal Bangladeshi immigrants and was underreported for political reasons.
Today, a decade later, some estimate that the true Muslim population of Bharat is around 25%. Remember that there are large areas of Bharat which are today Muslim majority. For example, two districts of W. Bengal are now Muslim majority, districts of Kerala, and of course all of Kashmir. But there has also been a sharp increase in Muslim population in the Western UP-Delhi NCR corridor.
It is not necessary to remind readers that this poses a very serious existential threat to Bharat as we know it. History is witness that where ever Muslim population goes up, Hindus (especially, since we are regarded as ‘idolators’, the worst among Kafirs) face severe difficulties, and eventually leave. It happened in Kashmir in 1989. It is happening today in areas in Delhi, UP, Bengal, among others.
Recently, the failed actor Ajaz Khan posted a video saying that “we (Muslims) are 40 crores, counting both legal and illegal.” This is probably true. Remember that illegal Muslim immigrants from Bangladesh also constitute a large Muslim bloc. If true, then the unofficial estimates of 25% Muslim population could actually be low.
Regardless, it is absolutely imperative that we gather strength for a population control law. Perhaps the person who has devoted the most time (years) campaigning for this is Suresh Chavhanke. He is currently collecting signatures for this campaign. To sign, all you have to do is make a missed call to the following number:
Missed Call To: 920 920 4204
He is trying to collect 5 crore such missed calls before he meets with the Prime Minister to press for the passing of such a law. He has already collected around a crore.
Everyone who is concerned about the future of Bharat and for the continuity of our ancient civilization should realize that the time to act is now, before it is too late.
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