multi-religious pluralistic country without any riots
I agree with you that genuine peace demands respect for other religious beliefs. It is equally important not to proclaim that our own group is better than some others and I am afraid that is what you are proclaiming. You have found fault with Christian and Hindu supremacists and are saying that Hindus do not behave that way. I think that too needs to be questioned. I do not want to go into any details. I only want to question the tone of your input. A minority in every religious group tries to proclaim that their own religion is better than the others or that they are supreme. The type of conclusion you have drawn after comparison with the fundamentalist minority of other religious groups betrays that attitude. That has to be avoided if we want genuine religious peace.
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