You mention hunger. Tell me, why is hunger still present in India despite the magical six years of Modi government ? The hungry are hungry not because there is some famine in India but the people don't have money. In India if you don't have money you go hungry. India is not a welfare state country.If you are hungry then you will ask for food. Why the hell rest of the society ask you if you are hungry every now and then.
There is another simple case. There are many blind people who again remain blind because of lack of money.
Another case of farmers in India who probably in a few million committed suicide since 1947 ( the "Independence" ) because they didn't have money to repay large-interest-based loans. Did feudalism go away from India since 1947 ?
These things are ridiculous !
India maintains one of the largest armed forces in the world and is the second largest importer of armaments in the world. What is India defending against when the internal system is rotten ?
Did this Hindu-Nationalism government ever think of removing the real problems of India instead of erecting that huge, unnecessary statue of Vallabhbhai Patel ? And there is the planned state of Ram in Ayodhya which is meant to be the largest statue in the world and is supposed to cost 2500 crores to construct. Living humans facing unnecessary problems but respect and resources being paid to non-living statues of divinities ?
Firstly, Hinduism is as foreign to India as Islam or Christianity, unless you believe in the thing about "Ten thousand of Hindu history in India accompanied by scientific marvels such as in vitro fertilization and inter-planetary travel".History has shown that Hindus/Sikhs/Buddhists can coexist. Only foreign religions are the problem.
Secondly, it wasn't the Muslims who proposed the separation of United India. It was the Hindutva elements. I quote this article :
Speaking at the session 'Shashi on Shashi' with Micheal Dwyer on Day 2 of the Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF), Mr Tharoor claimed that the Hindutva movement started by Vinayak Damodar Savarkar categorically rejected the Constitution.
He said that for Savarkar, a Hindu was one for whom India was his fatherland and holy land. Muslims and Christians were not considered in this.
"Savarkar, Madhav Sadashiv Golwalkar and Deen Dyal Upadhay rejected the constitution and in fact agreed with the Muslims that religion should determine nationhood. In the historical sense, the first advocate of the two-nation theory was actually Savarkar, who as the head of the Hindu Mahasabha called upon India to recognise Hindus and Muslims as part of two separate nations three years before the Pakistan Muslim League passed the Pakistan Resolution in Lahore in 1940," he said.