Hyderabad, Nov 4 (Hydnow): The United Muslim Forum extended its support to the ruling BRS headed by Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao and praised KCR for taking up various schemes and programs for the development of the welfare of minorities.
The Muslim forum leaders met the BRS Working President, K.Tarak Rama Rao recently and said that after the formation of Telangana State, there has been a qualitative change in the status of minorities and the main reason for this is the development and welfare programs adopted by the BRS government every year for the welfare of minorities by allocating huge budget every year. A special mention has been made by the Muslim leaders of the establishment of the Residential schools for minority students, which has created minority citizens with a bright future.
Apart from this, they said that by providing Shadi Mubarak to support poor families, minority Muslim girls would also get a place in employment and educational opportunities, and a memorandum was given with special reference to the main issues related to the minorities and more measures to be taken regarding the welfare of the minorities.
the BRS working president, K.Tarak Rama Rao said that after the formation of Telangana, his government worked with the noble goal of providing education and employment to the Muslim Minorities, he said. (Hydnow)
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