Hyderabad, April 13: Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao on Thursday reiterated that reservations for the sociologically and educationally backward Muslims would get enhanced reservation quota.
Like the way Telangana state is achieved which some considered may not be possible, this will also be achieved.
He said that the state government is implementing several schemes and programmes for the development and welfare of the Muslims and other minorities in the State.
Minorities and Muslims turned up in large numbers from all the state to Pragati Bhavan here to thank the CM who had announced that the government will give reservations to the economically and educationally backward minorities and Muslims in the State.
Muslim Clerics blessed the CM. Speaking on the occasion, the CM said Telangana State has the Ganga-Jamuna Tehzeeb. The state government is working with commitment for the welfare of minorities.
No one should entertain any doubts over the hike in reservation quota for the Muslims. In Tamil Nadu 69 per cent of reservations are being implemented and in Telangana too enhanced reservations will be implemented.