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Are you aware of how Indian lawmakers have DECEIVED the very people they represent?
Are you aware that the INDIAN CONSTITUTION has been amended in such a way that it CONTRADICTS its own BASIC PRINCIPLES?
Do you know that HINDUS don't have the same CIVIL RIGHTS as non-Hindus?
India gained INDEPENDENCE from the British in 1947. But perhaps Indian lawmakers were suffering from STOCKHOLM SYNDROME. They carried on with the same COLONIAL LAWS and thought processes even after Independence.
Centuries of INVASIONS, COLONIZATION, and PERSECUTION of Hindus in their own country have rendered the majority of Hindus perpetually colonized by foreign ideas, religions, and people. They adopted a SIMPLE "Take it Easy" policy instead of practicing ASSERTIVENESS.
Almost 75 years of independence and India gearing up for "Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav" celebrations seems like an opportune time to highlight the plight of the Hindus. Hindus are still Second-class citizens in their own country because of how the laws have been framed and applied.
This book contains just a subset of Laws, Acts, and Exceptions in the Indian Constitution which don’t follow the fundamental principles of EQUALITY and NON-DISCRIMINATION which are their basic tenets. While the State added “SECULARISM” to the Preamble, in practice, the State itself acts in the most unsecular fashion by providing extra special privileges to the non-Hindus.
The objective of the book is to highlight some of the many CONFLICTING laws of India. Almost all chapters highlight some of the KEY laws which are ANTI-HINDU by definition or in their application. Hence, the title of the book is kept as – “The Truth You Never Knew About Anti-HINDU Laws Of India”.
And since, all chapters talk about various Sections of the Indian Constitution, the amendments made to it, and the laws that don’t adhere to the framework provided by the Indian Constitution, the Sub Title is kept as – “Is It Time To Re-Write India's Constitution?”
This book discusses why rewriting various laws and the Indian Constitution itself is the need of the hour.