Won’t let minorities vote: ‘Hindu Rashtra statute draft’ | India News

NEW DELHI: A group of 30 eminent seers and scholars has prepared the first draft of a “constitution” for a “Hindu Rashtra” first proposed at the Dharma Sansad in Prayagraj in February. The 32-page draft is to be presented at the next Dharma Sansad during Magh Mela 2023 in Prayagraj.
The draft details provisions in the fields of education, defence, law and order, voting system, rights of the head of state, etc. As per the constitution, Varanasi will replace New Delhi as the country’s capital. Besides, there is a proposal to build a “Parliament of Religions” in Kashi (Varanasi). It also proposes that Muslims and Christians will enjoy all the rights of a common citizen, barring the right to vote. Besides, every citizen would be given compulsory military training and agriculture would be made completely tax-free.
In February, a resolution was passed at Dharma Sansad at Prayagraj to make India a “Hindu Rashtra”.

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