Cabinet gives green signal to BC Commission, Muslim reservations in prospect

Hyderabad: Telangana Cabinet has given green signal to constitution of BC Commission during the cabinet meeting held in secretariat here on Friday, chaired by Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao. This has paved way for increase in percent of Muslim reservations from present 4 percent. The cabinet also gave approval for 4 more police Commissionerate to set up 90 more Minority residential schools. Permission was granted for recruitment of government servants as per requirements in new districts. It was also decided to form Municipal Tribunal. Several major decisions were also taken in the cabinet meeting.

Later briefing media about the decisions taken in the cabinet, Deputy Chief Minister Kadiyam Srihari said an ordinance will be issued shortly regarding formation of four police commissionerate’s at Ramagundam, Siddipet, Nizamabad and Kareemnagar and formation of BC Commission. He further informed that a GO will soon be issued for formation of BC Commission and to set up 119 BC Residential Schools and 90 Minority Residential Schools for minorities which will be functional from academic year 2017-18.

He hinted that number of districts to be formed will be more than 27. Dy. CM (Revenue) Mohammad Mahmood Ali, Minister for Forest Jogu Ramanaa, Minister for Home Nayani Narasimha Reddy were also present on the occasion.

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