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    Hyderabad: The Telangana as well as Andhra Pradesh Joint Action Committee on Tuesday advised the government to set aside at the very least 8 percent appointment to Muslims prior to the following Assembly elections in Telangana.

    A functioning team for the 12 percent appointment Joint Action Committee for Telangana as well as Andhra Pradesh contacted the ruling event to accomplish its election guarantee of 12 percent bookings forMuslims “Eight years have passed since the formation of Telangana, but the promise of 12 per cent reservations for Muslims stands unfulfilled by the government. If not 12 per cent, the BRS must at least approve eight per cent reservation for Muslims,” stated Mushtaq Malik, JAC convener.

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    He doubted the government for neglecting Muslims as well as stated, “the State government has increased the reservation quotas for STs from 6 to 10 per cent but no such announcement was made for Muslim reservations.”

    A depiction by the TS AP JAC at an interview contacted the government to offer “12% reservation to BC-E category which was promised in 2014. The then TRS government had assured the reservation in its election manifesto, but failed to implement or fulfill the promise”, it stated.

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    Malik stated “reservation in jobs and education can help Muslims fight injustice they are facing in every walk of life.” He doubted the absence of Muslim depiction as well as visit of Muslims in government divisions as well as thePublic Service Commission He stated the government has actually assigned 10 vice-chancellors in various colleges, yet none from the Muslim area.

    Listing issues dealt with by the Muslim area, he stated “a majority of Muslim students are school drop-outs. In the Greater Hyderabad region, where Muslim population is 46%, only 6% Muslims reach post-graduation level in Osmania University.” The percent is comparable in work.

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    “As far as education and healthcare are considered, minorities in the State, particularly Muslims, are lagging behind. According to a survey, of 12.5% Muslims in the State, only 4% are completely healthy. 96% of Muslims are suffering from one or other health problem”, he stated.

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    “Except the appointment of 66 Urdu officers, very little has been done by the government for the welfare of Muslims. Not even 4% Muslims are allotted 2BHK apartments by the government while only 1.43% Muslims have been able to secure gazetted officers posts in the State, he added.

    Malik urged the government to ” prioritise assent of financial assistance of Rs.1 lakh each to greater than 2.16 lakh candidates which have actually been pending for a long period of time as well as assistance young people battle .”

    He said ” we will certainly check out Karimnagar, Jagtial as well as Siddipet as well as project to produce understanding, amass assistance as well as advise the government regarding its appointment guarantees”. 

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