27 September 2017

The Anti-Hindu Anti-Secular Republic/Constitution of India

The Republic/Constitution of India is anti-Hindu and anti-secular:
* State governments control temples through the Hindu Religious & Charitable Endowments (HRCE) Acts. But mosques and churches are free from such government control.
* Article 30 gives special rights to minorities – which the majority (Hindus) do not have.
* Article 25 gives the freedom to propagate religion – which is abused by Christian missionaries to insult Hinduism and fraudulently convert poor Hindus.
* Muslims and Christians have separate family laws based on their religions – while Hindus have secular family laws.

How to change our anti-secular republic into a secular republic:
* Scrap the Hindu Religious & Charitable Endowments (HRCE) Acts.
* Delete Article 30.
* Delete the word 'propagate' from Article 25.
* Enact a Uniform Civil Code (UCC).

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