KCR Says Muslim Bill Has Modi’s Approval
Hyderabad: As per Telangana CM KCR, bill passed by assembly for increasing jobs and education for backward sections of Muslim community to 12 percent will be sent to centre.
He said that he had a word with PM Modi on the promise TRS made during election campaign about the reservations for Muslims. PM Modi asked to send it and promised to look into it positively, KCR further said.
“If Delhi does not give positive signal for this, we will not sit quiet and will fight, this is our right,” KCR added
Telangana Assembly passed the Bill two months back, in its special session, increasing the percentage of reservations to tribal’s and Muslims to 10 and 12 respectively.
KCR has emerged as a protagonist of development of Muslims and a subtle critic of the BJP and its policies towards minorities.
Chief Minister KCR has said he had addressed 107 election meetings in 2014 and spoke about the promise to increase the quota of reservations for tribals and Muslims. He said TRS had fought the elections alone without any alliance and formed the Government after winning the elections. KCR said he is only implementing the election promise which has to be appreciate.