Delink Religion from Minority Tag

via GSK Menon published on September 5, 2015

The Census data has to be taken with a pinch of salt. As part of a well schemed plan, converts are being forced to retain their Hindu names and caste identities. These converts would have been tutored to mislead the Census staff. The entire North East is Christian converted. Missionary gangs are hyperactive in Arunachal Pradesh. The Cow Belt is being targeted by scores of Missionary groups. In fact conversions in Bihar are a great source of worry. Ghar Wapsi needs to be intensified here. Tamilnadu is another State of Concern, as most SC/ST communities have been mislead into converting, yet retaining their caste identities.

The Census would give a different picture if State and region wise statistics are made available. The Government should widen the term Minority to encompass all types of groups living in a geographical area. North East would be Christian majority, Kashmir Muslim majority, Punjab Sikh majority. So how can Hindus be called majority ? Delink religious identity from Minority tag, bring in a wider concept of Geographical area profiles on the basis of caste/language/ etc. This will bring mixed groupings and give everybody a chance to be called Minority and get various special benefits and privileges associated with being a Minority in India.

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  1. Raj Puducode Reply

    September 6, 2015 at 4:29 am

    Conversion gangs should be banned
    Mass forced religious conversion in India by Christian missionary groups are not reported in mainstream news. My investigation (detailed below) suggests approximately 3.2 million Indians are being converted every year by Christian missionary groups.

    Rate of forced Christian conversions taking place in India is accounting for the rapid growth in the Christian religion. Most of the growth in the Christian religion is coming from the conversion of Hindus (and other religions such as Sikhs, Jains, Muslims and Buddhists) in India. Most of these people are poor and vulnerable members of society being coerced through money and reward by Christian missionary groups. This is being well documented in blogs and websites but not in the mainstream news. The conversion of Hindus to Christianity is being done by missionary groups who believe Hindus (and other religions such as Sikhs, Jains, Muslims and Buddhists) will go to hell unless they follow Christianity. The extent of this forced conversion activity taking place is very alarming and detailed below:
    The Christian population in India has grown from 26.5 million in 2001 to 76.9 million in 2015. This implies 3.2 million Hindus (and other religions) are being converted per year by Christian missionary groups. (Please see the excel document attached which details my high-level analysis of the situation based on various sources).
    The growth of Churches in South of India from approximately 1.5 million in 1990 to over 14 million in 2011.

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