Reservations to Muslims

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seemabidda
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Postby seemabidda » August 19th, 2004, 3:01 pm

I think you are confused between Literacy and Poverty. Both are different. There are many literates who are below poverty line and many illeterates who are rich. The reservation for muslims is not to improve their literacy but to garner their votes...Foolish Politicians are selling our country and the congress people tell that they are against religious communalism. What should this be called when they are trying to woo a religionus community??

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Postby mandangi » August 19th, 2004, 5:42 pm

Literates compulsorily send their children to school. In illiterates some of them do not send their children to school. There are no illiterates who are rich.
In India rich people become more rich and poor people become more poor. Because our politicians are following pro capitalistic policies.
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Postby seemabidda » August 20th, 2004, 4:50 pm

So What is the Govt trying to achive by giving reservation to Muslims??? The general view is that any person who can put his own signature is considered literate.
There are millions of literate muslims (Literate as mentioned above) who are having atleast 6 (minimum) children though they can only feed 1 or 2 with their income...They will become a majority very soon...

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Alarming Fact

Postby seemabidda » September 6th, 2004, 9:23 pm

Muslims multiplying at high rate: Census


A census report on religion shows that the Muslim population in the country grew at the rate of 36% between 1991 and 2001.

The Hindu rate of growth was 20.3% in the same period. During 1981-91 the figure was 25.1%.

The Muslim growth rate in the previous decade was 34.5%, according to 'The First Report on Religion'.

Census Commissioner J K Banthia released the report, prepared by the office of the registrar general and census commissioner, in New Delhi on Monday.

He presented a copy to Tarlochan Singh, chairman, Minorities Commission.

At 82.7 crore, Hindus constitute 80.5% of India's population of 102.8 crore.

There are 13.8 crore Muslims, comprising 13.4% of the population, the report said.

"Low literacy rate and low participation in work among the Muslim females were some of the reasons for the high growth," Banthia said after releasing the report.

He said among Buddhists also there had been a "sizeable decline" in the growth rate from 35.3% during 1981-91 to only 24.5% during 1991-2001.

Though there was a slight increase in the growth rate of Christians -- 21.5% to 22.6%, there was "noticeable decline" of Sikh growth rate -- 24.3% to 18.2%.

So in near future.. muslims will be a majority and still enjoy reservation


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