Partition was an excellent idea: Analysis

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  1. tarunraju

    tarunraju Moderator Moderator

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    Probably Jaggu's best writeup to date.

    What Pakistan's crisis tells all Indians: Partition was an excellent idea - Firstpost

    Totally agree with the bold part. It perfectly explains how the Bhatts and Dutts have a soft-corner for Pakistan. My own two cents on this subject are that when India was being carved up, and the size and shape of Pakistan was being deliberated upon, it was done to accommodate all of India's Muslims. There was sufficient land and resources to accommodate every single Muslim from the subcontinent. The guiding principle was that India will be a Hindu country, and Pakistan a Muslim (despite what Gandhi-Nehru clique thought). Gandhi's "don't divide India" stand was a sugarcoating for Congress' larger game plan of letting India be a secular state, so that they could create votebanks out of minorities (religious and caste-based).
     
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  3. AVERAGE INDIAN

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    yes partition was an excellent idea the only problem is some sum still stayed back.happened. Imagine if it had not, then today undivided India would have a over 40 per cent Muslim population. With only 15% Muslim population they decide the politics of India. With 40 per cent , the undivided India would always have had fully Muslim cabinet, Temples would be erased and so also churches and Gurudwara and Buddhist temples. Since infidels have no right to live they would be converted to Islam or killed. Look at the Bangladesh. At the time of partition Hindu population was about 35 per cent now it is 7 per cent. Look what happens when Muslims are in power the whole f--ing middle east
     
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    Bad ideas but good write up by Firstpost.

    It would have been a couldron of religious conversions and retaliation which Muslim would have persisted their age old tactics against Hindus. British had ended that 700 years of practice of forceful conversions after they gained full control of India in the nineteenth century. Realizing that Madarsa educated Muslim inadequate to run a country of the size of India, they encouraged Hindus to take to western education, which they enthusiastically did in 1840s onward. In the process, power was slowly handed over to Hindu masses who had been deprived of that for the seven centuries. All those laws which had been promulgated since the days of Mohamed Ghori in 1200 AD were repealed, last one in 1870.

    Muslim fealt left out of this power equation. Power at village level had moved away from the hands of Maulavi or Kazi to Hindu Tehsildar, Nambardar, Safed Posh, and Anglo- Saxon court system etc. All viceroys of era 1857 till 2004 encouraged it. By then had lost power, prestige and business acumen in all forms. The divisive viceroy in Lord Curzon loved to divide and rule. He realized, what has happened and in order to cut Hindu aspiration to size, invited Muslim intellectuals for conference in Shimla. Muslim wanted a share of power which Lord Curzon with crown approval was prepared to grant. Subsequent viceroys encouraged the same, hence it became the official policy in India. What followed was Minto-Morley scheme, Chemsford- Montague Act, Rowllat Act etc. All giving Muslim minority and other special rights. Now people like Mohamed Ali and Jinnah cry for more or complete separation.

    Under the circumstances Muslim had almost gained power to sabotage anything which Hindu majority would like to do. India would be same state or worst as Pakistan is today. That is why it is good to have them away from India.
     
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    Ashutosh Lokhande Senior Member Senior Member

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    And you should have born in shudra family.
     
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    whatever dude their plan is kaput.:rofl::laugh::lol:
     

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