Dear readers, Qadian was always a Hindu/Sikh majority village. When Ahmadi’s moved to Rabwah, they were really able to expand their family business, since they were able to have a headquarters wherein 100% of the populace was Ahmadi and thus they were able to control the whole city economically.
See Dard, page 777
“”””The officiating Tahsildar of Batala, Moti Ram, came to Qadian on May 8th, 1903, and made some enquiries. In view of his suspicious attitude a memorial was sent to him on May 9th, 1903, under the signatures of about 30 Ahmadis of Qadian. That was probably the total number of the adult male population of Ahmadis at that time living in Qadian.””””