Hyderabad: Deputy Chief Minister of Telangana Mohammed Mahmood Ali has appealed Muslims and other backward classes to present their views on 12 per cent reservation for backward people in Muslim community during BC Commission hearing on Enhancement of Reservations for socially and Educationally Backward Communities among Muslims in education and employment, which began on Wednesday. Addressing a press conference here at minister quarters, Mr. Mohammed Mahmood Ali said government is serious in providing 12 reservations to Muslims as promised. Govt. of Telangana is serious for development of Muslims in every field of life. He told that Sudhir Commission report has taken the form of a manuscript.
Mr. Mahmood Ali asked all the backward communities including Muslims to submit their representations on the issue to BC Commission whose hearing began on December 14. Mr. Mahmood Ali said this is a golden opportunity where Muslims and other backward classes can make representation with BC Commission and apprise it of the poor living conditions of the BCs among Muslims.
BC Commission hearing is being held at Hyderabad Metro Water Supply & Sewerage Board (HMWSS&SB), Khairiatabad, 4th floor where Muslims and other backward communities can send their opinions in writing or online or by post before December 19.