Why Did The Ramakrishna Mission Say They Are Not Hindus

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Way Forward       

Friends my recommendations on the subject are -

• Stage One is that Benefit of article 30 be extended to all communities.
• Stage Two is that the benefits of articles 26 to 30 be extended to those educational institutions that impart religious training only. No state aid or foreign funding must be allowed to such institutions.
• Opening of such institutions i.e. schools within 20 kms of the International border / LOC i.e. on the western side and 10 kms on the eastern side to be administered by the Army / BSF. Why are we making the armed forces get into education? It is a proactive military strategy.
• All institutions that provide secular read as modern education are subject to the same set of rules and regulations as the Central or State Governments may impose.

I would like to end with a quote from a recent Supreme Court Judgment in Mudgal vs. Union of India, A. 1995 S.C. 1531 (para 35) “Those who preferred to remain in India after Partition fully knew that the Indian leaders did not believe in the two nation or three nation theory and that in the Indian Republic there was to be only one Nation – the Indian Nation – and no community could claim to remain a separate entity on the basis of religion”.

Quote from Holy Geeta (IV.7/8) “Whenever there is Decline of righteousness, And rise of unrighteousness, I incarnate myself To protect the virtuous And to destroy the wicked, From Age to Age”.