According to the results of the 2011 religious census released recently, for the first time the percentage of Hindu of population in India slipped below 80 per cent. While Hindus formed 79.8% of the population, Muslims formed 14.2 percent (17.22 crore people). Everyone on Twitter seems to have something to say about the results of this religious census. Let’s take a look.
— Maria Mathai (@MariaMathai) August 27, 2015
#Census2011 is in. Beware, misinterpretations are coming.
— Sheena (@sheenakhanna) August 27, 2015
on one hand calling India secular and on another hand debating on #Census2011 India is a country exclusive to Hindus nothing can change this
— Arun (@ArunSmu) August 27, 2015
one bill which (I believe) PM Modi will surely pass in this tenure is Uniform Civil Code. Just wait till 2018. #Census2011
— Deepak | दीपक (@AudaciousIndian) August 27, 2015
— Watching PM #NaMo (@goyalsanjeev) August 27, 2015
— Santhosh Kumar S (@san86kumar) August 27, 2015
— Heena Kausar (@heenakausar19) August 27, 2015
— Aboyob Bhuyan (@aboyobbhuyan) August 27, 2015
Hindu Muslim ki population chhodo, Jain logon ki badhaao. Pyaaz mehenge ho rahe hai #Census2011
— nitesh (@ouchh_potato) August 26, 2015
India's #Census2011 data not released for 4 years. Folks don't want to admit the reality and result of changed demographics. Ostriches
— Manchu_ (@MahuNr71) August 26, 2015