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    KTR accuses Congress of copying BJP’s Minority Declaration

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    KT Rama Rao, the working president of the BRS, expressed his disagreement with the Congress’ minority declaration. He argued that this declaration would cause a division between the minorities and backward classes and suggested that it may have been influenced by the BJP. Rao stated that if all Muslims are considered backward classes, there would be no need for a separate minority ministry. He criticized the Congress for aligning with BJP ideology.

    Rao emphasized that according to the Constitution, Muslims, Sikhs, and Christians are recognized as minorities. He criticized the Congress for proposing a caste census and including Muslims in backward classes.

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    Furthermore, Rao mentioned that the government of Telangana has allocated a significant amount of funds for the welfare of minorities. He stated that if Muslims are included in backward classes, it would eliminate the need for a separate minority ministry and department.

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    Rao also criticized the creation of BC-E, claiming that it was a conspiracy to create conflicts. He accused the newly appointed PCC chief of having RSS ideology and warned that this decision could lead to discord among backward classes.

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    Regarding reservations, Rao explained that the government had passed legislation in 2017 for 12% reservations but it was denied by the Centre. He clarified that these reservations were based on socio-economic conditions rather than religion.

    Rao expressed confidence in a secular government at the Centre in 2024 and highlighted the BRS’s role in achieving 12% reservations.

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    Overall, Rao criticized the Congress for its minority declaration and its potential consequences for both minorities and backward classes. He raised concerns about the merging of minority and backward class ministries and highlighted the government’s efforts for minority welfare in Telangana.

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