Muslim population increased by 32% in 10 years near the international border in UP, Assam, in 116 villages it crossed 50%. UP Assam Muslim Population increased by 32 percent demands to increase bsf radius to 100 km

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Highlights

  • Revealed from the report related to the international border of UP, Assam
  • 32% increase in Muslim population in 7 districts of UP
  • Mosques, madrasas increased in districts bordering Nepal

UP Assam Muslim Population: The Muslim population in the areas near the International Border in Uttar Pradesh and Assam is increasing day by day. The police report sent to the Home Ministry is shocking. This report is about the rapidly changing demographics of the areas around the International Border in Uttar Pradesh and Assam. Nepal border in UP police report Pilibhit7 districts including Lakhimpur Kheri, Maharajganj, Balrampur and Bahraich have been mentioned. In this report, it has been said that the Muslim population in 7 districts adjacent to the Nepal border of Uttar Pradesh has increased by 32% during 10 years.

Flood of mosques and madrasas

According to this report, there has been a flood of mosques and madrasas in these districts. This thing is dangerous because only the 7 districts which have been talked about in UP. The data of his ground report of more than one thousand villages has been included in this sensitive report. It has been said that in 116 villages of these seven districts of UP, the population of Muslims has increased by more than 50%. There are 303 villages along the border in which the population of Muslims has increased by more than 30%. The number of mosques in these areas has increased to 25%.

Districts situated on Nepal border, tremendous jump in Muslim population

  1. Maharajganj
  2. Siddharthnagar
  3. Balrampur
  4. Bahraich
  5. Sravasti
  6. Pilibhit
  7. Lakhimpur Kheri

Like UP, the population of Muslims has increased by more than 30% in Dhubri, Karimganj, South Salmara and Cachar districts of Assam adjoining Bangladesh. It has also come to the fore that not only in UP and Assam, but also in the areas bordering Rajasthan and Uttarakhand, suddenly the number of mosques and madrasas has also increased rapidly. After this information came to light, the security agencies posted on the border pointed to an international conspiracy and the government has been warned. The police of Uttar Pradesh and Assam have expressed suspicion that illegal infiltrators are camping in the areas adjoining the border.

Pointing towards the conspiracy of Pakistan and China
Police reports from both the states said that the Muslim population in border districts has increased by 32% since 2011, while the change is between 10 and 15% across the country. The sudden increase in the population of Muslims in the border districts may seem normal to many people, but this issue is serious because it has pointed towards the conspiracy of Pakistan and China.

Villages on the Nepal border, a huge jump in the Muslim population

  • 1047 villages of 7 districts near Nepal border
  • Muslim population increased by 50% in 116 villages
  • 35-50% jump in Muslim population in 303 villages
  • More than 20% jump in Muslim population over national average
  • 25% increase in the number of mosques and madrasas in 4 years
  • 25% growth recorded between 2018 and 2022

Between 2018 and 2022, the number of mosques and madrasas increased by 25%
In its report, the police have talked about the rapid growth of Muslim population in the areas of UP. Ajay Mishra Teni There is a Minister of State for Home, BSF and SSB ie Border Security Force are responsible for the security of the border and both these forces come under the Home Ministry. Ajay Mishra said that security agencies do investigation and action from time to time, but if the action is not taken swiftly, then it should not be too late because in the last 4 years there has been a tremendous jump in religious places in these districts of UP bordering Nepal. has received. Between 2018 and 2022, these districts saw a 25% increase in the number of mosques and madrassas. The number of madrassas and mosques here was 1 thousand 349 in 2018 which increased to 1 thousand 688 in 2022.

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