Indian Ruling Party: Social Harmony Declines Where Muslims Represent 20% of Population

The Muslim population in India grew by 24 percent between 2001 and 2011 against national average of 18 per cent growth during the same time period.
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The Muslim community’s representation rose to 14.2 percent from 13.4 percent of total population.

A new study released by Census 2011 has revealed that in India, Muslims have the highest share of children and teenagers among all religions. According to Zee News – In Indian religious communities, Muslims have the highest share of children and teenagers (0-19 age group) at 47 percent, compared to 40 percent for Hindus, reports The Times of India.

Indian ruling party BJP announced this week social harmony declines where Muslims represent 20% of the population.
The New Indian Express reported, via Religion of Peace:

Expressing concern over the dip in Hindu population to below 80 per cent of the total Indian population, Bajrang Dal has demanded Common National Population Policy for all the communities. On the last day of its national conclave here on Sunday, Bajrang Dal has put forth its demands by way of a resolution.

“Bharat is known for ‘Vasudaiva Kutumbakam’. A fall in the number of Hindus will be a threat to the true identity of ‘Akhanda Bharat’. This is for the first time the country has reported less than 80 per cent of Hindu population in the latest Census figures,” the resolution said.

Regarding the rising Muslim population, the resolution says that cross-border infiltration from Myanmar and Bangladesh has affected the population balance.

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