Secularism won't survive without Hinduism: Here is why Jamida was right

Secularism won't survive without Hinduism: Here is why Jamida was right

Feb. 12, 2018, 6:25 p.m.

K Jamida, the general secretary of Kerala's Quran Sunnath Society, has been in the news recently after she claimed that secularism won't survive in India without Hinduism. Jamida also attacked the Muslim League and the SDPI for working solely for the Muslims, and urged Hindus belonging to all castes to unite in order to ensure that India does not become an Islamic country. Here what Asianet Newsable thinks about the incident.