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The bleakness of being a Muslim in Uttar Pradesh depresses both its youth and community leaders alike, says Archis Mohan. Siddiqui Hassan, an elderly Varanasi-based social activist, shakes his head in dismay when asked about the party or parties Muslims of Uttar Pradesh might vote for in the coming Lok Sabha elections.

why rediff alwauys try to divide Hindus and Muslims? Does a Hindu have any greater choice??

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Asked by SREENIVAS, 26 Mar 12:15 pm
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Actually muslims in India are a pampered lot. Even in government offices and banks muslims are away from work for a few hours on the pretext of going for offering namaz on friday in particular and other days in general. They get all the benefits of minorities, even the police are reluctant to register cases against muslims. then why all this crying.
Answered by manoj thakur, 26 Mar 01:03 pm

 
  
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No...and I think for politicians....its even not the head count....it is just the finger count that votes....no matter which religion, caste gender they are....If they can fool you with their promises....they win....But it is mostly the attitude and the work carried out by the local leaders that should matter....parties should not matter....
Answered by sanjay sharma, 26 Mar 12:21 pm

 
  
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Its really a statement of fact, that the muslims are in a real state of affairs
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 26 Mar 01:31 pm

 
  
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Just like muslims Hindus are also confused , whom to vote , to vote corrupt communal or honest candidates
Answered by fakeastrologer, 26 Mar 12:44 pm

 
  
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In our country ,politicians love to make promises whcih they can not keep. They have used the minorities,which the minority community is yet to realise. Leaders from their own religion also do not hesitate to use them as vote banks.Unfortunately,the common man from the minority believes the false promises n gets swayed away. Besides,our pseudo secular leaders promise heaven for the minorities n have never done any thing good for the community except making tall talks. In such a situation,obviously they get confused. It is important that leaders n intellectuals from the minority community come out of the grips of these politicians n work for the betterment of the common man. They should consider them to be Indian first n minority next. If this is done the minority will not feel neglected n the majority community will welcome them to the main stream.
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 26 Mar 12:29 pm

 
  
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It's not just condition of Muslims its condition of every person in india... let's not take one religion out.
Answered by tragedy king, 26 Mar 12:25 pm

 
  
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