Hyderabad: All India Muslim Organizations here on Sunday organized a Round Table Conference seeking Government of Telangana to fulfil promises made to the Muslims before the formation of Telangana.
The conference was attended by Muslim leaders, scholars and intellectuals and discussed over the present situations of the Minority Muslims in Telangana and drew CM KCR’s attentions towards his promises made to the Muslims before the elections.
They demanded Government of Telangana to provide 12 per cent reservation in all the categories, safeguarding Wakf properties with providing judicial power to Telangana State Waqf Board (TSWB).
Syed Muqtar Hussain, chairman, All India Muslim Minority Organization, Aziz Pasha, Ex-MP, CPI party, M.A. Siddiqui, Ex-AP, Minority Commission member, Syed Mateen Ahmed, YSRTP, Syed Taraq Quadri, president, All India Majlis Inquilab E Millat and others expressed their views over the issues being faced by the Minority Muslims.
“Chief Minister K. Chandrshekar Rao had promised 12 percent reservations to the Muslim community within four months after forming the Government, but it has been more than 8 years and nothing has been done towards this issue. CM KCR even had assured Muslims to move Supreme Court and will protest at Jantar Mantar for the Muslim Minority regenerations, but all these hollow words kept in cold storage,’’ Muslims leaders and intellectuals expressed their views in the Round Table Conference.
They, however, demanded Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao to heed towards Minority Muslim issues and fulfil the promise made to the them.