As our dear member KRN always reminds me, this is a singular failure of this govt to fix these laws and make the legal status of Hindus on par with the other religionists.
There must be a uniform (maybe secular) civil code.
Uniform civil codeis the ongoing point of debate within Indian mandate to replace personal laws based on the scriptures and customs of each major religious community in India with a common set of rules governing every citizen. ... Goa has a common family law, thus being the only Indian state to have a uniform civil code.
Of course, the primary minority religions and the secularists will oppose such a law, that grants parity to hindus, tooth and nail.
Whey would they and on what grounds? Has it been passed by the supermajority?
Preserving the special privileges of the minority religions is their goal, which they hide under the garb of opposing hindutva.
Who are these people who will oppose? And why is the supermajority afraid of that?
But if a govt with significant majority in the LS cannot achieve it, then the fault lies with the government.
Treating hindus on par with minorities is the way to go.
Why not treat all Indian as Indians? Instead of making all Indian a minority (which defies the meaning of the word).
Would that be acceptable to all?
Let us see how many people oppose that Novel idea?
Instead of creating this ME and other conflicts, why can we not work together?
I hate this groupism among members and subtle Islamaphobia, and outright hatred of minorities, and other Hindus who do not wear their religion on their sleeve.