12% Muslim reservation campaign launched by Siasat Daily resonates in every nook and corner of the state. Muslims in districts and villages are making representations with district collectors, MROs and RDOs demanding 12% reservations. Muslim Empowerment Movement launched by Siasat to remind Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao his promise has become the talk of the town.
An evening in memory of Begum Akhtar was held at MHJ Hall, Siasat premises where singer Khan Ather mesmerised the audience with songs and ghazals of Begum Akhtar. On the occasion Siasat editor Mr. Zahed Ali Khan requested Muslims in general and the audience in particular to make Siasat’s movement successful. He claimed that by submitting memos in MRO’s and RDO’s offices Muslims can mount pressure on the government. He told that government of Telangana would fill over 1 lakh posts in the coming days; if 12% reservations are not provided then Muslims will not get government jobs for next 20 years. He hoped that if Siasat’s movement became successful than Muslims could get 12000 jobs.