IMO, your answers are very complicated to handle.
There are 2 requirements for answer to be valid:
1. Attempt to answer (overall SE) 2. Cite sources (Hinduism SE)
No. This is not correct. On Hinduism SE, we should answer questions only citing relevant verses from Scriptures that can answer the question. We shouldn't add ( in some cases irrelevant) verses to answers and explain "essence of answer" (the part which actually answers the question) with help of Economics or Physics or personal philosophy.
IMHO, your answer for "Why does Lord Shiva fulfill wishes of evil people also?" doesn't answer the question "why". Your answer says:
People ask to Lord Shiva, because he is easy to please. And believe
me, till date it happens throughout the world and would continue!
It already assumes He is easy to please but question itself is "why He is easy to please?" You also generalized "Lord Shiva" with "Lord" (obviously this is not what OP wants). From stories of Puranas, it is evident that Lord Vishnu first tests devotion rather than giving boons immediately to His devotees. You can consider story of Sri Krishna and Sudhama, for instance. On the other Shiva and Brahma give boons even to Rakshasas. Also, your answer says:
Why Lord Shiva fulfilled wishes
desires for evil all people always? (Lord fulfilled desires for all people always).
This is not probably what OP wants. He wants to know reasons why particularly Lord Shiva (a form of Lord or Supreme Lord depending on philosophy they follow) gives boons easily?
Rest of answer talks about "how can desires be fulfilled?" and "How can Lord fulfill every Jiva's desires" and answer goes from "desires to Moksha". y Thereafter, your answer explains Satva, Rajas and Tamas in detail. IMHO, it's like reading a chapter of Bhagavad Gita again.
The answer no where mentions "why" Lord Shiva gives boons easily. Probably this question could be answered from "tatva" of Lord Shiva or the way He handles Maya.
Some of your answers also try to answer from Economics or physics perspective . But at same time it does contain some verses from Bhagavad Gita.
For example, in housing and Buying answer, you could have simply said Bhagavad Gita (13.8-12) doesn't really care about buying or renting. But your answer also mentions Economic conditions that are suitable for buying or renting. This makes your answers very complex to handle. Definitely, users here don't want answers from Economic or other perspectives. Users here definitely want answers from pure Hinduism Perspective. Sometimes you emphasize on importance on Economic conditions in answers, like in housing and buying answer. But what has economics to do with Hinduism SE? Users here want to get answer from pure Hindu laws.
You may say some questions are like that, you can flag those questions as opinion based or off-topic. To be frank, i'm not able to understand clearly essence of those answers. I'm not clear whether you are answering from pure Hinduism Perspective or from Economic perspective or if both, what is "essence" or emphasizing part in your answer. If user has to follow Economics for deciding housing or renting rather than Hindu Dharma, how is this site different from a real estate site?
Here's my discussion with Pandya regarding your answers:
@TheDestroyer see according to me, if answer at least partially
answers the question with citing some sources, no matter right or
wrong answer, we should not delete it. such wrong interpretation or
incorrectly explanation should be subjected to downvoting. What do you
think? - Pandya
@Pandya Wait, there's another case. If half of it answers with
scriptures (this is fine) but if other half has his own philosophy or
if it answers from Economics or Physics perspective . What should we
do those answers? - Me
@TheDestroyer it sounds complicated to handle it. (We can either leave
it) - Pandya
So, IMO, it's always better to answer from Pure Hinduism perspective without deviating to Economics or other subjects . Even few parts of your answer here mention theories from Physics. If you feel this is my understanding or my perspective, you can ask active users here about their opinions on these two answers or on other deleted answers.
This is the first aspect i want to answer.
Coming to second aspect of deletion, due to backlash Mods faced previously, when they deleted answers immediately, we gave some time to add sources to users in official policy.
Since policy on old answers is not yet finalized, we are not taking action on answers that were written during initial days of site. But we are handling answers that lack sources, answers with different perspectives such as scientific speculation, answers that don't answer from Hinduism Perspective (which are written later), either when a question becomes active or if someone flags or voluntarily visiting an answer when a particular mod is free.
If you feel deletion without notifying again is not fair, we can undelete your answer(s) and you can fix them accordingly or you can edit your answer and we can undelete (if you are convinced with my first aspect of answer).