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By reciting Urdu couplets Muslims issues can’t be resolved – Jamiatul Ulema to intensify campaign

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Hyderabad: Jamiatul Ulema of Kama Reddy in Nizamabad presented a memorandum to RDO demanding the formation of BCs Commission. The delegation was led by its President Hafiz Faheemuddin Muneeri. Mr. Nagesh, RDO of Kama Reddy received the memorandum.

Mr. Faheemuddin told that TRS had made a promise in its election manifesto that it would provide 12% reservations for Muslims but so far no action has been taken in this regard. Sudheer Committee formed by the Govt. has no jurisdiction to recommend reservations for Muslims. The committee recently visited Nizamabad District but no information of this visit was communicated to the people.

In the memorandum presented to RDO it was stated that it is inevitable to provide reservations for Muslims in order to eradicate educational and economic backwardness. CM of Telangana State, Mr. KCR is very well aware of the issues of the Muslims. He quotes Urdu couplets in most of his speeches but by reciting Urdu couplets, the issues facing the Muslims won’t be resolved. It is essential that concrete actions are taken for this purpose. Muslims did not make a demand for reservations but by including this issue in its election manifesto, TRS generated a ray of hope among the Muslims as a result of which Muslims voted in favour of TRS. Even after the lapse of 16 months, no steps have been taken in this direction due to which awareness has been created among the Muslims and they have started a campaign for getting reservations. It was also stated in the memorandum that by passing a resolution in Telangana Assembly, it is impossible to provide reservation for Muslims. It is only possible when BCs Commission makes a recommendation for it. If the Govt. does not take appropriate steps immediately, the Muslims would be forced to intensify the campaign

–Siasat News