No more harassment of Muslim youth, says Deputy CM of T

KCR Seeks report on false cases foisted

CM determind to implement 12% reservation to Muslim

Encroached land to be restored to waqf Board

Deputy Chief Minister Mahmood Ali has promised to ensure that there is no harassment of innocent Muslims by the police in Telangana State.

Addressing a meeting organised by Jamaat-e-islami Hind at Exhibition Grounds on Sunday,he said Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao had sought a report on harassment of innocent Muslim youth and also on false cases foisted on them.

Moreover,the Chief Minsiter had already issued instructions to senior police officials that no innocent should be subjected to any kind of harassment. He warned that stern action would be taken against the police officials,if innocent were implicated in false cases.

Mahmood Ali asserted that the Telangana government was firm on its promise of providing 12percent reservations to Muslims in the State. Referring to the KCR’s affirmation in Legislative Assembly recently, he said the government would follow the pattern of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka is providing 12 ppecent reservation each to Muslims and tribals. However, he admitted that it would not be an easy task as there are several legal hurdles.

According to him, the state Government was considering giving executive powers to state waqf Board to ensure protection of Waqf properities Steps would be taken to remove the encrochments from Waqf properties and the enroached properties Would be restored soon to Waqf Board. The TRS Government would ensure educational and economic development of Muslims in Telangana. He also praised the role played by JIH in Telangana struggle.

JIH Amir of AP and Odisha Khaja Arifuddin, Movement for peace and justice president Hamed Mohammed Khan, JIH Advisory Council member Mohammed Abdul Raqeeb and others also spoke.

Courtesy : The Hansindia