Hyderabad: Former Director-General of the ACB (who retired as on December 31) and newly appointed Adviser to Telangana government for minority affairs, Abdul Khayyum Khan assumed office on Monday. He said, he would prepare strategy to improve the performance of all minority institutions and effective implementation of schemes.
Speaking to media persons after taking charge as government’s advisor Mr. A K Khan said Waqf Board and other institutions need some changes. He would begin reformation process after consulting with the officials so that all the institutions could work with transparency.
Mr. Khan said he has been working with Minority Welfare Department for the past one year hence, he has gained ample experience regarding the performance of minority institutions. He said the purpose with which the government launched minority schemes, its benefits should reach the deserving. As an advisor to government he would try to make the schemes a success through better coordination with all departments.
Mr. Khan is expected to visit Tamil Nadu soon to take up the study and advise the TS government on the measures to increase quota for Muslims to ensure that no legal problems crop up.