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Minorities Commission seeks report of Makkah Masjid violent incident

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ap m18th December will be celebrated as “Minorities Rights Day”,AP State Minorities Commission has announced. A seminar will held at Jubilee Hall, Public Garden from 11am to 5pm. Chief Justice of A.P. Justice Kalyanjyothi Sengupta, DGP Mr. B. Prasad Rao, Chairman of Minorities Commission, V.C’s of Universities and other social activists who are struggling for the rights of Minorities will participate in the seminar.

In this seminar intention will be progressed.While speaking to reporters Mr. Abid Rasool Khan Chairman of A.P. State Commission along with Sardar Surjeet Singh and Mr. Goutham Kumar Jain said that Commission has taken a serious note about the incidents occurred on 6th December at Makkah Masjid and sought a detailed report from the Commissioner of Police aswhat action police has taken against the culprits.Commission fixed the last date for the receipt of report as 21st December so that appropriate steps could be taken.

Commission has done the arrangements to send body of the Prof. Nazimuddin assasinated in Libya, to Hyderabad by contacting Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India and Ambassador of India at Libya and according sources a positive respond has been received from both these institutions.Mr. Abid Rassol Khan said that he is making attempts to get an ex-gratia of Rs.5 lakh to the family of deceased professor. At this instance,Director of Animal Husbandry has agreed to appoint Mr. Salim Bin Mohammed whose father died and he has assured to commission that appointment orders will be issued within 15 days.

Mr. Baljeeth Singh, Deputy Executive Engineer has requested the Commission to request the state Govt. to provide a job to his son as he is not in a position to work on health grounds. S.P. of Medak submitted a report on the assassination of Muslim youths in Medak. The traders of Nampally submitted a memorandum complaining that Metro Rail Authorities are deconstructing the shops of only one side. The Commission issued notice to the concerned officers and the issue is resolved.

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