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Without reservation the future of Muslim youths at stake – Amer Ali Khan

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Hyderabad: Ever since the independence of India, the series of injustices are being continued with the Muslims. Sachar Committee and Mishra Commission, in their recommendations have indicated the backwardness of the Muslims. 12% reservations could be provided through BCs Commission which has legal status but it is very regrettable that Mr. KCR is dilly dallying to fulfill the promise he had made to Muslims during his election speeches. Citing legal complications, he constituted Sudheer Commission of Enquiry which has no legal standing.

After careful consideration, Mr. Zahid Ali Khan, Editor of Siasat Urdu Daily realizing his responsibilities that Allah (SWT) would ask that he had given all the resources but what did he do for the welfare of Muslims, launched the campaign for 12% reservations for Muslims in order to struggle and also to create peoples awareness.

These thoughts were expressed by Mr. Amer Ali Khan, News Editor of Siasat Urdu Daily while addressing a consultative meeting organized by Mr. Bahbood Committee of Kareem Nagar. Mr. Syed Mohiuddin, Senior Correspondent of Siasat Urdu Daily and Chairman of the Committee presided over the meeting.

Continuing his speech, Mr. Amer Ali Khan told that if we do not struggle, we won’t get reservations. Mr. KCR got a resolution passed in Assembly and told that it would be send to Central Govt. for amending the 9th Schedule of Constitution of India. The issue of 4% reservation for Muslims is still pending in Supreme Court.

Mr. Amer Ali Khan demanded the Govt. to constitute BCs Commission so that it could submits its recommendations on the basis of concrete data obtained through survey. He further mentioned that a notification has already been issued for recruiting more than 1 lakh candidates. If we do not wakeup from the sleep of carelessness, we won’t be able to get Govt. jobs for another 20 years. He also mentioned that the future of the Muslim youths would have attained the age of 40 years is at stake. Some of the Muslim youths are working in the middle east due to which the economic condition of some of the Muslim families has become better. Now that the situation in the Gulf Counties is uncertain, many NRIs are being sent back to India.

Mr. Amer Ali Khan appealed to the Muslims of Kareem Nagar to exert their pressure on the Govt. to fulfill its demand. On this occasion, he also mentioned the issue of cow slaughter and quoted Quranic verses from Surah “Baquara”. Referring to the economic backwardness of the Muslims, Mr. Amer Ali Khan told that in various prisons of India, there are more than three lakh Muslims. If they remit Rs. 5000, they could be released from jails. The Muslims should pay attention to this issue.

Mufti Mohammed Nadeemuddin Siddiqui, Spokesman of the Imams of mosques also addressed the gathering. Maulana Barkatullah Qasmi told that the constitution of India was formulated on the basis of reservations. Mr. Mohammed Riyaz Ali Rizvi, President of Hajj society conducted the meeting.

–Siasat News