Is Kerala dredging ahead to gain the status of Muslim majority state?

via HK Correspondent published on May 18, 2011

One of the interesting revelations of the last census had been that the district Pathanamthitta has recorded 0% of both birth and death rates; whereas Malappuran district recorded 300% rise in the birth rate.

For us, the secular Hindus trying out vigorously to implement the ‘we two ours’ one’ policy in family planning showed no concern about such birth rise in a district. In due course that district emerged ahead in educational, financial and IT sectors and continues to go ahead that way.

Union Minister E.Ahmed was smart enough to have a passport office also at Malappuram. It was in the news that major political parties in the state have already entered into a secret understanding with the Muslim league to create one more Muslim majority district in Malabar area. Madrassa education has been equated with CBSE and other schools in such areas are on the verge of closing down. Aligarh Muslim University’s campus is coming up in Malabar for which the state government has already allotted free land and over 50 crores rupees for its setting up. The Shariat Bank for which the Supreme Court has already given a go ahead will definitely herald a dangerous communal based banking system in the country which could have far reaching consequences in this country frequently being mutilated by terrorists aided and abetted by theirs masters stationed outside the country. All these are in the knowledge of every concerned person in this country and still how is that it goes on unabated? Now look at the assembly election statistics shown below:

UDF fielded 68 Hindus (48.5%); 36 Muslims (25.7%); 36 Christians (25.7%); out of which 26 Hindus, 29 Muslims and 17 Christians got elected which means that the new UDF Government would be steered by more Muslim Ministers and MLAs than Hindus! LDF fielded 84 Hindus (60%); 28 Muslims (20%); 28 Christians (20%); out of which 47 Hindus, 8 Muslims and 13 Christians won the elections. BJP fielded 132 Hindus (94.28%); 5 Muslims (3.57%); 3 Christians (2.14%); and all lost the elections.

In total the contingent of 140 MLAs are made of 73 Hindus (many of them are for names’ sake); 37 Muslims and 30 Christians.

The above data clearly shows the dominance that the Muslims have established in Kerala politics. Their ministers always take the portfolios of Revenue, Education, Industry and make sure that their community and Muslim majority areas in the state are definitely benefited from their governance. They have already established lead in Political, Religious, Educational, Financial and Business areas. A survey in the state will definitely reveal that for the past few years, they have purchased maximum landed property in the state. Don’t you think all these points to the definite turning out of this state as a Muslim majority state in few years time?

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