VHP asks political parties to stop Muslim appeasement policy
The VHP on Sunday asked political parties to stop Muslim appeasement "policy", claiming this was "uneding" and was hurting the country.
Bengaluru: The VHP on Sunday asked political parties to stop Muslim appeasement "policy", claiming this was "uneding" and was hurting the country.
It also pitched for a uniform population policy in the country, noting that the Muslim population was growing at a faster rate than the Hindu community.
Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) Joint General Secretary Surendra Kumar Jain while asking political parties to stop 'policy' of Muslim appeasement said the biggest problem that is hurting the country is that this is "unending" and the "demon of appeasement" cannot be satisfied at all.
Jain was speaking to reporters on the concluding day of the two-day Bajrang Dal Akhila Bharatha Baitak here organised by the right wing Hindu outfit.
He said the Supreme Court has also spoken in favour of a uniform population policy.
"TFR (Total Fertility Rate) of Muslim population is increasing day by day; now Hindus have been diminished to dangerous level, they have become less than 80 per cent of the total population? It is a psychological letdown," he said.
He also demanded a ban on Madrasas. "Pakistan in banning Madrasa, countries like France, Germany and Russia have also banned. It is not war against Islam by doing this, it is war against tendency of jihad."
Referring to incidents of young men and women trying to join terror outfit ISIS and muslim moulvis being arrested for terror links, Jain alleged that in some Madrasas students are trained about using weapons and this is a "dangerous trend".
Jain claimed there is increased aggressiveness among certain sections of Muslim society.
Noting there are people like late President Abdul Kalam in all sections of Muslim community whose patriotism is unquestionable, Jain said the outfit's accusation is not against all Muslims, but against certain sections of the community.
He also said that the tag of tolerance or intolerance is only for political purposes and by so called secular intellectuals.
Briefing about the deliberations, Rajesh Pandey, National Convener of Bajrang Dal, said that growing demographic imbalance will become a dangerous threat to India's very existence.
Appealing to the government to implement a common population policy for all communities, Pandey said this will also help the country in addressing the issue of illegal migrants from Bangladesh and Myanmar.
Jain also said there are plans to expand Bajrang Dal to over one lakh villages from the current 80,000 before Ram Navami festival in April.