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What Bihar election results teaches to Hindus

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BJP won 74 seats in Bihar election while RJD won 75 seats But the problem why Owaisi party won 5 seats needs to be examined.

Bihar’s largest political party by seats as of now is RJD with 75 seats and RJD core votes come from Yadav and Muslim community. BJP becomes this time second-largest party with 74 seats and its core votes are the so-called upper caste. The rest community’s votes are divided over various parties. RJD wins the majority of seats by combining Yadav votes with Muslim votes, but this time RJD tried to come out from this tradition and given some tickets to RJD taboo upper caste Bhumihar, like Anant Singh, very well known Baahubali. But the problem is why RJD lost those 5 Muslim majority seats, this indicates a very dangerous trend.

Why Muslims did not vote RJD on those 5 seats? This needs to be examined. One thing I observe from that is Muslims did not vote for RJD while they vote because they have no option to win so let defeat BJP and for this, they vote RJD that’s it. There is no mutual foundation between RJD and Muslims voters, Muslims vote against RJD on those seats where they think they will defeat BJP and win the seats for their own votes. So basically they are mocking MY bonding. Yadavs need to understand the fact that they never accept you, they only using our support to suppress BJP that’s their only agenda. think if Muslims become 40% of the population do you think this MY bonding will work? The answer is definitely not. Lalu Yadav was never against Hindu culture also he is one of those leaders who celebrated Hindus festivals with full swing. One thing we must remember they will never, ever support you, they only use your support to fulfill their own agenda.

Ambedkar wrote in his book one must read this quote very patiently- “Hinduism is said to divide people and in contrast, Islam is said to bind people together. This is only a half-truth. For Islam divides as inexorably as it binds. Islam is a close corporation and the distinction that it makes between Muslims and non-Muslims is a very real, very positive, and very alienating distinction. The brotherhood of Islam is not the universal brotherhood of man. It is the brotherhood of Muslims for Muslims only. There is a fraternity, but its benefit is confined to those within that corporation. For those who are outside the corporation, there is nothing but contempt and enmity.

The second defect of Islam is that it is a system of social self-government and is incompatible with local self-government because the allegiance of a Muslim does not rest on his domicile in the country which is his but on the faith to which he belongs. To the Muslim ibi bene ibi patria [Where it is well with me, there is my country] is unthinkable. Wherever there is the rule of Islam, there is his own country. In other words, Islam can never allow a true Muslim to adopt India as his motherland and regard a Hindu as his kith and kin.” (read more about Ambedkar view on Islam).

Just remind you, there is no caste politics in Kashmir today, you know the reason very well. Stop your respective state to become the next Kashmir. You might be not aware of History but your present also indicating you to understand the scenario and rectified the mistake made by our ancestors.

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