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    Senior BJP leader Mir Firasat Ali Baqri

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    Senior BJP leader Mir Firasat Ali Baqri

    Hyderabad: Senior BJP leader Mir Firasat Ali Baqri ensured of securing the Waqf homes and also providing independent power to Wakf Board by making up Commissionerate and also the different Board for the Shia on the same level with Uttar Pradesh and also Bihar.

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    He explained that there has actually been a different Wakf Board for Shias in Uttar Pradesh considering that 1963 and also in Bihar considering that 1989 it is working well. The BJP leader claimed he is certain of the BJP involving power after the Assembly elections in Telangana, and also after creating the government they would certainly make up a different Wakf Board forShia Muslims

    Firasat Baqri claimed, “The Supreme Court in its order in the year 2001 has given permission to the then Andhra Pradesh government to constitute a separate Shia Wakf Board, as it is having over 15 per cent of the share of Shias in the Wakf properties, which has not been implemented” he included.

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    Following the development of Telangana state there was extra damages to the Wakf homes. Moreover, all the Minorities Institutions are inefficient, and also the greater messages of the Minorities were maintained uninhabited.

    These Minorities establishments are incapable to make use of the designated budget plan of both the Central and also State government as a result of absence of greater blog post authorities.

    Also read:  Internal group conflicts within Congress party led to poor performance in Lok Sabha elections in Rajasthan.
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