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Govt. allots 4000 Sq. yards land to Anees-ul-Ghurba orphanage


Hyderabad: Fulfilling one of the promises made by Mr. KCR for the welfare of Minorities, Govt. of Telangana State issued orders for the allotment of 4000 sq. yards of Govt. lands for Anees-ul-Ghurba orphanage situated at Nampally Railway Station.


Mr. Mohammed Mahmood Ali, Dy. CM of Telangana State told that most of the land belonging to Anees-ul-Ghurba orphanage is being acquired in connection with road expansion. To compensate this loss, CM had given an assurance in Telangana Assembly that Govt. land will be allotted to this orphanage. The Govt. office located in the adjacent building has been shifted and its land would be given to Anees-ul-Ghurba orphanage so that a well equipped hostel building with modern amenities could be constructed on this land.


The allotment of 4000 Sq. yards Govt. land in the prime location of Hyderabad City is a good gesture of Telangana Govt. for minorities which testifies the affinity of CM with minorities.


Mr. Mahmood Ali further told that girls of this orphanage used to be sent to their homes after attaining puberty but now Govt. will provide higher education facilities for them. It will also give them Govt. jobs. Not only this, the Govt. will make arrangements for their marriages.


Mr. Mohammed Mahmood Ali thanked Mr. KCR for taking this bold decision for the welfare of orphan girls. This will go a long way for the bright future of Muslim orphan girls.


–Siasat News

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