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    Amjed Ullah Khan, spokesman for the MBT, criticized the Congress-led government in Telangana, accusing them of neglecting the Muslim community. Speaking at an Eid Milap gathering, Khan expressed concern over what he described as the government’s disregard for Muslim interests.

    According to Khan, the Congress leadership appears to be banking on their alliance with AIMIM to secure Muslim votes, neglecting direct engagement with Muslim voters. He highlighted the disappointment felt by many Muslims who had hoped for better treatment under the Congress administration.

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    Khan listed several grievances, including the absence of Muslim representation in key government positions, the lack of outreach to Muslim leaders and organizations, and the failure to address pressing issues affecting the Muslim community, such as the handling of Wakf properties and communal incidents.

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    Among the specific complaints raised by Khan are:

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    1. The exclusion of Muslim leaders and organizations from the swearing-in ceremony of Chief Minister Anumula Revanth Reddy.
    2. The failure of the Chief Minister to engage with Muslim delegations to discuss their concerns.
    3. The absence of Muslim ministers in the Telangana State Cabinet.
    4. The lack of Muslim representation in legislative bodies and nominated positions.
    5. The ongoing issues surrounding the Wakf Board and the incomplete construction of important infrastructure.

    Khan also criticized the Congress-AIMIM alliance, suggesting that it sends the wrong message to both Muslim voters and Hindu nationalist groups.

    He further highlighted instances of communal incidents targeting Muslims in various parts of Telangana, with what he described as a tepid response from law enforcement.

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    Additionally, Khan expressed concern over the inclusion of individuals with a history of anti-Muslim sentiment from the BJP into the Congress party, bypassing loyal Muslim supporters.

    Khan emphasized that without concrete assurances from the Congress central leadership, the Muslim community in Telangana may withhold their support in upcoming elections. He underscored the desire of Muslims and secular-minded Hindus to see a change in national leadership but criticized the behavior of the Congress is astonishing.

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    Rajesh M
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