Reservations to Muslims

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Postby mandangi » September 7th, 2004, 10:58 am

Reservations will not increase population of muslims. Illiteracy is main reason for muslims not following family planning. Religious conversions should be banned to save the percentage of hindu population.
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 » September 16th, 2004, 3:39 pm

Mr. Mandangi..

To Your Point on Illeteracy In Muslims in High.. Please read the News to know the facts. and know the facts before u make any statements..

The Fact is that Literacy in mulsims is more than in Hindus..

HYDERABAD, SEPT. 15. The biggest surprise emerging from a religion-wise analysis of census data for Andhra Pradesh is that Muslims report a significantly higher literacy rate than Hindus but have the lowest percentage of workers among all communities. The data also reveals that only the Christian community, as at the national level, has a positive *** ratio.



An analysis of the 2001 census data shows that three out of five Hindus, seven out of 10 Muslims and three out of four Christians can read and write. Literacy rate among Sikhs (79 per cent) and Jains (93 per cent) is also high, while among Buddhists (55 per cent) it is significantly lower than the State average of 61 per cent.

Women's literacy


The relatively high literacy rate among Muslims is despite the fact that in urban areas Muslim literacy (73 per cent) is lower than that of Hindus (76 per cent). It is in rural areas where Muslim literacy (61 per cent) is much higher than Hindus (54 per cent). What is even more noteworthy is that literacy among Muslim females (59 per cent) is a full 10 per cent higher than among Hindu females (49 per cent).

Working population


Data for workers shows that in urban areas less than a third (32 per cent) of the population is employed. Less than 28 per cent of Muslims are recorded as workers in urban Andhra Pradesh, indicating an even higher unemployment rate. Even in rural areas, where the average proportion of workers stands at 51 per cent, Muslims (42 per cent) report a far lower proportion of workers than any other community.

Part of the reason for the low urban worker rate is the extremely poor percentage of female workers in urban areas, which stands at just 13 per cent for the State, 14 per cent among Hindus and eight per cent among Muslims.

*** ratio


Data on *** ratio (females per 1,000 males) shows that there are only 796 Sikh females for 1,000 Sikh males, paralleling the extremely low *** ratio of Punjab and Haryana. Even among Jains the *** ratio (936) is significantly lower than the State average of 978. This is particularly surprising as female literacy among Sikhs (73 per cent) and Jains (90 per cent) is much higher than the State average of 51 per cent.

Only the Christian community reports an extremely healthy *** ratio of 1,037. *** ratio stands at 979 among Hindus, 961 among Muslims and 960 among Buddhists.

Child *** ratios (0 to 6 years) are much lower than general *** ratios for all communities, except Sikhs (864). It is 961 among Hindus, 959 among Muslims, 912 among Jains and 956 among Buddhists. This may indicate a growing prevalence of gender-specific abortions spreading across all communities.

So it is very clear that the Reservation for Muslims announced by our CM is only to garner the Vote Bank....Any Aruguements???? :roll:

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Postby Radhika » September 16th, 2004, 4:02 pm

I Agree with Seemabidda on this.. Reservations to Muslims is only for generating Votes and not to really bring up the needy. There are very very poor people even in high cast hindus who cannot even afford one square meal a day and may find them begging in temples. Who si going to give reservations for them?? The govt is not interested in them. They keep on saying that religion should be kept away from politics. But see what happens during elections? The Imam will mention in the Jumma (Friday Prayers) that they all should vote for one party or one candidate even mentioning which party and which candidate. The Govt and the election commisioner will turn a blind eye towards those statements. They are being very biased.

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Postby mandangi » September 17th, 2004, 11:19 am

Religious conversions is main reason for reduce of hindu population. Before 1990 there were around 1 lakh 21 thousand christians in AP. Now they are more than 11 lakhs. 20 years ago there were no religous conversions in Orissa. My father said that he used to work in RSS when he was in Rayagada in Orissa. In those days he did not see any religous conversions in Orissa. But some years ago religous conversions in Orissa became too severe problem and they banned religious conversions. In British era there was an organisation named Arya samaj. That organisation tried to remove superstions from hindu society. They used to do remarriages for widows. They also opposed casteism and untouchability. In British era religious conversions were very less. Arya samaj also tried to stop religious conversions. After independence activities of Arya samaj reduced. Religious conversions increased. In Orissa religious conversions were banned. But in some parts of Orissa religious conversions are still continuing.

seemabidda wrote:Mr. Mandangi..

To Your Point on Illeteracy In Muslims in High.. Please read the News to know the facts. and know the facts before u make any statements..

The Fact is that Literacy in mulsims is more than in Hindus..

HYDERABAD, SEPT. 15. The biggest surprise emerging from a religion-wise analysis of census data for Andhra Pradesh is that Muslims report a significantly higher literacy rate than Hindus but have the lowest percentage of workers among all communities. The data also reveals that only the Christian community, as at the national level, has a positive *** ratio.



An analysis of the 2001 census data shows that three out of five Hindus, seven out of 10 Muslims and three out of four Christians can read and write. Literacy rate among Sikhs (79 per cent) and Jains (93 per cent) is also high, while among Buddhists (55 per cent) it is significantly lower than the State average of 61 per cent.

Women's literacy


The relatively high literacy rate among Muslims is despite the fact that in urban areas Muslim literacy (73 per cent) is lower than that of Hindus (76 per cent). It is in rural areas where Muslim literacy (61 per cent) is much higher than Hindus (54 per cent). What is even more noteworthy is that literacy among Muslim females (59 per cent) is a full 10 per cent higher than among Hindu females (49 per cent).

Working population


Data for workers shows that in urban areas less than a third (32 per cent) of the population is employed. Less than 28 per cent of Muslims are recorded as workers in urban Andhra Pradesh, indicating an even higher unemployment rate. Even in rural areas, where the average proportion of workers stands at 51 per cent, Muslims (42 per cent) report a far lower proportion of workers than any other community.

Part of the reason for the low urban worker rate is the extremely poor percentage of female workers in urban areas, which stands at just 13 per cent for the State, 14 per cent among Hindus and eight per cent among Muslims.

*** ratio


Data on *** ratio (females per 1,000 males) shows that there are only 796 Sikh females for 1,000 Sikh males, paralleling the extremely low *** ratio of Punjab and Haryana. Even among Jains the *** ratio (936) is significantly lower than the State average of 978. This is particularly surprising as female literacy among Sikhs (73 per cent) and Jains (90 per cent) is much higher than the State average of 51 per cent.

Only the Christian community reports an extremely healthy *** ratio of 1,037. *** ratio stands at 979 among Hindus, 961 among Muslims and 960 among Buddhists.

Child *** ratios (0 to 6 years) are much lower than general *** ratios for all communities, except Sikhs (864). It is 961 among Hindus, 959 among Muslims, 912 among Jains and 956 among Buddhists. This may indicate a growing prevalence of gender-specific abortions spreading across all communities.

So it is very clear that the Reservation for Muslims announced by our CM is only to garner the Vote Bank....Any Aruguements???? :roll:
In India rich people become more rich and poor people become more poor. Because our politicians are following pro capitalistic policies.

Praveen Kumar Mandangi


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