The following Questions have to be answered in either “Yes” or “No”.
- Do you repudiate every book that directly/indirectly condones slavery?
- Do you repudiate every book that either states or supports or suggests that women can be legally discriminated against? For example, would you repudiate a book that states that the testimony of two women is equal to testimony of a single male witness?
- Do you repudiate every book that suggests/supports cruel punishments in direct contravention of IPC or CrPC? For example, would you repudiate a book that suggests amputations for crimes like stealing?
- Do you repudiate every book that suggests/condones discrimination or persecution on the basis of religion?
- The Constitution of India gives the right to every individual to follow the religion of his/her choice. Do you repudiate every book that suggests/supports forcible conversions?
- The Constitution of India gives every individual the right to follow, or not to follow, any religion. Do you repudiate every book that suggests/supports persecution of atheists?
- Do you repudiate every book that gives the right of wife-beating to a husband?
- Fair criticism, based on facts, is not considered blasphemous under the constitution of India. Do you repudiate every book or judicial system that considers criticism of historical or religious persons as blasphemy and prescribes harsh punishments for such criticism?
- There are many sects in Bharat that consider feminine deities worthy of worship. Do you repudiate every book that considers such worship as a sin or a crime?
- Do you think that any person who answers even a single of the above questions in a negative is worthy of living in a civilized society?
All the books that support, condone or suggest the above-mentioned practices should be banned with immediate effect. If those books belong to any sect, religion, or cult, then the followers of that sect, religion, or cult are identified. A special ministry/commission called the Ministry of Humanity or National Commission for Humanity should be constituted to bring the followers of such a sect, religion, or cult into the mainstream.