The Muslim population increasing rapidly on Indian borders from Pakistan. More or less the same is also on the Nepal border.

The Muslim population is increasing at the Indian border due to Pakistan, and religious fundamentalism has increased in these border areas very fast. We are not saying this, but this thing has come out in the research of the country’s security BSF. With the growing Muslim population in Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan adjacent to the Pakistan border, the worry of the Border Security Force (BSF) has increased due to increasing fundamentalism. According to this report of the BSF, the population of Muslims has not only increased in the area, but with Arabic culture being dominated there has been a lot of fanaticism.

The BSF has also sent this report to the Union Home Ministry. In this study of BSF, it has also been revealed that religious fanaticism has increased at a rapid pace among Muslims of these areas. Now the Muslims here have started giving special attention to Arab traditions rather than Rajasthani traditions. The people of both Hindu and Muslim communities living in this area have accepted that there is no such dialogue between them now. It is known that the population is growing at 20 to 25 percent speed in this area.

Studies conducted in the name of ‘Study of Demographic Patterns in the Border Area of ​​Rajasthan and Its Security Inapply’ have also been revealed that due to the rapid increase of Muslim population, there has been a growing insecurity among the Hindus. It is known that BSF continues to study this type of time from time to time so that security of the border area can be ensured.

However, the number of Muslims is increasing all over the country, but the way their population is increasing in the border area adjacent to Pakistan, not only the BSF, but the whole country needs to be worried. Well, these reports of the BSF have been restricted to Pakistan only, but there has also been reports of increasing community-specific population in such a way that Nepal has been on the border with Nepal.

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