Muslims were, and would remain an integral part of India. Their success and contribution to nation building is a shining example of the way they have assimilated in India.
There are also times when Muslims feel threatened or marginalised, like any other citizen of the country. And so they raise their voice. Secularism doesn’t mean that an individual or a group has to give up their right to protest.
More than the monetary aid, which rarely reaches the sizable majority, Muslims in India need the maximum help and support in the field of education. Most other issues would be resolved automatically.
Indian Muslims have indeed come a long way from the time of partition.
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