All the communities in India are entitled to equal rights and the constitution of India has provided freedom to struggle for their rights. Muslims need to adopt the way of struggle for their social and educational development they should call government’s attention towards fulfilling its promise of 12% Muslim reservation. News editor Siasat Mr. Amer Ali Khan told this while addressing a seminar held at Mahboob Nagar. He maintained that if vacancies are filled before providing reservations then the reservations would be fruitless for Muslims for the next 20 years because when Muslims won’t get share in vacant posts, reservations would be meaningless.
Addressing a seminar held at Madina Public Library Mr. Amer Ali Khan revealed that the movement launched by Siasat aimed at creating awareness among the public and reminding the government its election promises.
He asserted that Gandhi Ji had done deep study of Islam. He had thorough knowledge of Islam and seraah of sahabas as a result his teachings and sayings reflected the teachings of Islam. Declaring India the abode of secularism, Gandhi Ji had advocated for equal rights to everyone.
Mr. Amer Ali Khan declared the overwhelming response received by Siasat reservation movement as promising. He urged Muslims to mount pressure on government through peaceful means.
Ahmed Haroon Rasheed advocate and Secretary Madina Public Library, Shaikh Siyadat Ali retd. Lecturer, Maulana Sagheer Ahmed, Prof. Waheed Shah, Mohammed Akber Almas and others addressed on the occasion.