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Published in the 1-15 December 2004 print edition of MG; send me the print edition

Muslims must be restrained

Hathras: Jagadguru Shankaracharya of Sharda Peeth is of the view that if politicians want to make their position secure, Muslims must be restrained and a uniform civil code imposed, if not done so within the next ten years, Hindus will become a minority. Ridiculing politicians he said that for political gains they can build the Ram Mandir even in Parliament. 

He was talking to media persons here on 11 October. As regards building the temple, he said that whenever Ramji would wish it to be built, it would be built. In reply to another question he said that religion has a right over politics. He added that politics has become a disease for society and compared politicians with prostitutes. There should an end to reservation and efficient people should be given the chance for progress, he said.

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