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COMMUNITY NEWS: 16-31 March 2001
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League president angry over Muslim response
Rampur: The state president of Uttar Pradesh Muslim League Syed Shakil Mian said that the credit for BJP’s defeat in UP goes neither to Mulayam Singh nor Mayawati nor any other person. Rather, it is a political victory of Muslims. Yet if secular parties deceive Muslims and join hands secretly with anti-Muslim parties and do not give Muslims their due rights, the next election will prove a political death for them like the
BJP. Shakil said that Muslim League too had fielded its candidates. Had Muslims supported them, no party could have been able to play fool with Muslims in the assembly. He regretted that small parties like Apna Dal had affected forty seats of Mulayam Singh and Myawati and some of them had even won the election but Muslims cast their votes in others’ favour and they did not help their own political party Muslim League in assembly elections.
While taking the responsibility of the party’s defeat on himself he has sent his resignation to the party’s national president Ghulam Mahmood
MNC deal not fair
Hyderabad: Council for Promotion of Urdu, Andhra Pradesh has demanded the Minister for Minorities Development N Muhammad Farooq and principal secretary of the Department of Minorities Development to hand over the students’ scholarship to AP Urdu Academy saying that the Minorities Financial Corporation had failed to properly distribute the scholarship amount granted by the government. It further said that out of Rs one crore 25
lakh, the Corporation had distributed only Rs 94.20 lakhs. It said that the Urdu Academy keeps a correct record of the scholarships. It also said that 200 lakh rupees, which is allocated to Urdu Academy for scholarships of Urdu students, is not sufficient.
Gold medal proposed after Ansari
Hyderabad: Mir Yusuf Ali, member of the Board of Governors, Urdu Academy Andhra Pradesh in a meeting of the Board of Governors has proposed that a gold medal should be instituted after late Muhammad
Ansari, former editor of the daily MUNSIF. He said that Ansari’s services in the field of journalism cannot be forgotten. The proposal has been upheld by many. Syed Shah Noorul Haque
Qadri, president of Urdu Academy AP has assured to take notice of the proposal.
Girls education: Need of the hour
New Delhi: The biggest problem among Muslims is lack of education. The coming generations will not forgive us if steps are not taken against the growing carelessness regarding education in Muslim society. Maulana Muhammad
Yaqub, general secretary of Milli Talimi Trust expressed these views. While addressing the responsible people at the office of the Trust he said that there is need to educate Muslim girls in villages. He further said that it has been decided by the members of the Trust and its president Qazi Mujahidul Islam Qasmi that classes should be started in Jamiatut
Taiyibat,, an educational institute, set up to impart education to Muslim girl children, from 7 April this year. He said that religious and temporal education will be imparted in Jamiatutu
Taiyibat. Arabic will be taught from nursery to 5th class and Qur’an will be memorized from the very beginning.
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