2 Apr , Arnav : I am always proud of being Hindu because of the respect towards humanity, moral and cultural values .Our religion exists for the last so many centuries’ and so many sects come out of this like Bodh, jain, Sikhs, arya samaj, Radha swami, Nirankari but it was never mentioned in the history that anyone whether the rulers or religious heads have ever tried to stop them from preaching their concepts so many foreign scholars visited India to under stand about the Hinduism.Now days a so called secular group are working in the society who has only duty to write everything against Hindus and Hinduism. These peoples do not have any contribution to the country and society. They are like frogs coming during rain and disappear after that. If a Hindu is trying to unite and do welfare of their religion these so called secular intellectual will call them as a communal.
The congress has ruled most of the times during last 61 years after freedom but always try to marginalized the majority Hindus in this country by using their dirty politics of caste’s. There are so many statistical data’s are available which can tell us how much the Governments have spent on Hindus.
The recent UPA Government has done maximum damage to Hindus due to their following decisions
1. Rs 1,000 crore for minorities under three of its schemes. Specific resource allocations in terms of physical and financial targets for minorities have been set aside under Swarnajayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana (SGSY), Indira Awaas Yojana (IAY), and Sampoorna Grameen Rojgar Yojana (SGRY). Till now similar physical and financial allocations were made only for SC and STs.
2. Out Of Rs 3,000 crore for rural housing under the IAY, the Ministry has earmarked over Rs 581 crore for religious minorities living below poverty line. This will amount to construction of over 2.3 lakh houses for poor religious minorities.
3. Similarly, of the total Rs 3,000 crore for SGRY in all non-NREG districts, the ministry has earmarked over Rs 290 crore for poor minorities
4. The merit-cum-means scholarship provides that a student of minority community within annual family income of up to Rs. 2.50 lakh will receive course fee of Rs. 20,000 and scholarship of Rs. 10,000 per annum as hosteller and Rs. 5000 per annum as day scholar. Although educational status of SCs, STs and some of the OBCs in the country is worse than that of minorities, the central government has not considered it necessary to introduce a similar scheme for them. The scheme looks like a government-funded inducement for conversion.
5. In addition to merit-cum-means scholarship, the central government has started another scheme to provide post-matric scholarship to students of minority communities. Accordingly, a student having annual family income of up to Rs. 2,00,000, is eligible for post-matric scholarship which includes course and maintenance allowances. It is to be noted here that the family income ceiling for SC and ST students to be eligible for post-matric scholarship is Rs. 1,00,000 and for OBCs Rs. 45,000. The income certificates for SC, ST and OBC students have to be issued by the designated revenue officers as per the prescribed norms. No such conditions exist for minority students. A self certification to be filed on a non-judicial stamp paper regarding annual family income of up to Rs. 2, 00,000 for post-matric scholarship and Rs. 2.50 lakh for merit-cum-means scholarship is all that is needed. The discrimination is evident.
6. The Prime Minister’s 15 Point Programme provides for ear-marking of 15 per cent budgetary allocations under priority sector programmes for minorities. It is to be remembered that majority of SC and ST population is below the government-defined poverty line. This is why 50 per cent to 60 per cent targets under most of the priority sector schemes are required to be achieved by assisting SC and ST families according to the relevant guidelines. Setting apart 15 per cent of schematic grants without any additional allocation under the Prime Minister’s 15 Point Programme mean diversion of benefits meant for the poor SCs and STs to that extent.
7..In brief, the differential and more favourable scholarship norms for minority students from primary to professional courses, and the earmarking of 15 per cent plan resources under the 15 point programme are not only divisive and segregate measures, they can also be viewed as the central government sponsored incentives to promote religious conversion.
8. This seems to be a Sonia Gandhi-driven devise to promote large-scale conversion from weaker sections of Hindu society. In the name of minority welfare the idea is to create quotas within quotas presently given to Hindu OBCs and Dalits. This means that Dalit Christians for instance will get proportionate quota within that meant for Hindu Dalits while the rest like Christians and Muslims will get a similar proportion from the quota meant for Hindu OBCs.
9. It has said that in the 27 per cent OBC quota, an 8.4 per cent sub-quota could be earmarked for the minorities with an internal break-up of 6 per cent for Muslims and 2.4 per cent for other minorities. The UPA government’s instruction to banking institutions to issue loans on the basis of religious identity is a violation of the constitutional provision of advancement of socially and educationally backward classes or Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes
This is the time when Hindus have to wake up from their sleep and start analyzing the acts of Congress. They want to make this Country from “Bird of Gold to Bird of Sonia”. The peoples who are involved in anti national activities and openly claim to be separatist are enjoying congress patronage and are Ministers. The innocent like Varun Gandhi and others behind the bars. This is the alarming sign for the Hindus if still we will not be united against these forces this religion will be finished soon.
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