Murdeshwar Jamaat delegates meet Minister Zameer Ahmed Khan in Bengaluru with various demands

Source: S.O. News Service | By Sajjad Qazi | Published on 1st September 2018, 9:20 PM | Coastal News | Don't Miss |

Bhatkal: In a bid to discuss about the government schemes for minorities, the delegates of Markazi Jamat ul Muslimeen Murdeshwar met Karnataka State Minister for Minorities Welfare & Haj and Wakf Department Mr. Zameer Ahmed Khan in Bengaluru on Saturday and submitted a memorandum seeking various demands.

They said that most of the government schemes are ignored by the people due to negligence, which can help the youth in getting proper education, healthcare and jobs, if the schemes are utilized.

They demanded garbage and waste management system in Murdeshwar in an organized level. They also demanded that a minority office should be opened in Murdeshwar which will help the community members to provide awareness about the prevalent schemes and educate them about its importance and applicability. Releasing funds for sanctioned roads, supplying of water and fefurbishment of 510-year-old historical Dargah building were also demanded during the meeting.

Reacting to the memorandum, Minister Zameer Ahmed Khan assured that he will do his best to fulfill thier demands.

The delegation was accompanied by the president of Markazi Jamat ul Muslimeen Murdeshwar Saifullah Muhammad Ameen, president of Murdeshwar Nawayath Jamaat Bangalore Munawar Chadkhan,  Maulana Muhammad Hussain Gaima Nadvi, Ashfaque Koteshwar, Maulana Abul Ala, Yaseen Haji Ameen, Farook Ugga, Abdul Hai Gaima, Muhammad Waseem Manna, Ameen Zahoor Haji, Mehmood Gangavali and Muhammad Ali Hejeeb.

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