Sindhi True Indian Minority
In the democratic setup numbers are playing most important and vital role. In the India, many communities are trying to have the minority status either on the basis of language or on population in a particular region. If we look at national scenario sindhu community emerges as the true minority and following seven points are the supporting evidence for this fact.
Sindhi speaking population of the country is only between 2% to 3% of total population of the country. [Estimated Sindhi population is between 2.5 carore and 3 carore].
Sindhi population is scattered through out the country, from Kashmir to Kanniyakumari, hence the density of Sindhi population is such diluted that even at some places not taken in consideration.
If we leave apart a few cities like Ulhasnagar in Thane district of Maharashtra and Adipur in Kutch area of Gujrat, in most of cities Sindhi population is about something from 5% to 20%, of total population of the city. There is long list of Indian cities where Sindhi population is even less than 5% of total city population.
Sindhi Language is not a state language for any Indian state; Sindhi language is not in use as the regional language or holds such status.
There are no reserved seats either for state assembly or Parliament for Sindhis, like backward classes have.
Even like the Anglo Indian community, no Sindhi is nominated for the Parliament.
Sindhi population in the country is so dispersed in the country that like other communities [even the recoginse minorities], no sindhi is able to won state assembly / Parliament elections only on the support of own community, probably this is the reason for presence of very few Sindhis in the arena of Indian Politics.