Kerala Hindus will be a minority in the next 25 years

via Newindpress published on January 12, 2006

TIRUCHY: There is an urgent need for all the Hindus in the country to come together under one umbrella, as any neglect in this regard will reduce them to a minority, said Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) International Vice-President S Vedantham. Speaking to reporters here on Sunday, he said despite the fact that Hindus enjoyed a majority status in the country, the census suggested that soon it might reduce to a minority in many parts of the country due to various factors. In fact, Kerala might be the first victim where the Hindus would become minority by the turn of 2030, as, at present, they were majority by just three percent, he claimed.


Vedantham feared that days were not far away that Hindus might become refugees in their own soil. “Under such a scenario, the VHP aims to create a vote bank in every constituency and list out the demands and rights. Whichever political party fulfills them will get our support” Vedantham asserted. “The VHP is a non-political organisation. We are here to create an awareness among the Hindus to join together and spread the need for solidarity”, said Vedantham.

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