Tuesday, September 11, 2012

E.Ahmed disparages Modi for not conceding with Minorities’ welfare Schemes.

Kumbakonam (Tamil Nadu) September 8, 2012.

 “All the states conceded to share 10 per cent of financial input, and the Centre offered 90 per cent of contribution, for the Minorities’ Welfare Schemes, the unfortunate thing that the BJP Chief Minister of Gujarat Narendra Modi bluntly refused to accept the minorities’ schemes and Muslims, students are deprived of such benefits” said E.Ahmed, Minister of State for external affairs and HRD, in a conference at Kumbakonam in Tamil Nadu on Saturday September 8,2012.

Hon'ble Minister E.Ahmed
The said conference was held on behalf of Indian Union Muslim League, at Meera Mahal, Kumbakonam, and Tamil Nadu. The subject focused was on The Educational Awareness of Muslims, and the status of reservation for them.

Tanjore district Muslim League President, Mr.Hameed presided the seminar. Jamal Mohamed Ibrahim presented welcome address. Education Minister of Kerala Abdul Rab, Former Education Minister of Kerala, and present Member of Parliament E.T.Mohamad Basheer, Abdul Rahman MP, Vellore constituency, State President Mohammad Aboobacker, State Educational Secretary Shahjan were present.

Professor K.M.Khader Mohideen, former Member of Parliament, National General Secretary, and State President of Indian Union Muslim League, presided the session.

In his key note address Minister E.Ahmed said that Rs.1124 crores has been allocated for the benefits of minorities. “We made the Sachar Committee report to play an active role”. Countless Muslims are under ignorance, and below poverty level; worst than schedule castes and schedule tribes. The horrible situation of Muslims in Bihar, Utter Pradesh, West Bengal, and Assam are pitiful and sad.

“We all went to Assam with my colleagues including with Abdur Rahman, the main attributes of living was tragic and doleful. Two railway wagons of clothes, essential commodities, and medicines,contributed by good hearts of Kerala were transported and distributed.
 ( Mr.Abdur Rahman M.P.writes in his Tamil Magazine “Pirai Maydai” ("பிறை மேடை") that Chief Minister of Assam Tarun Gogoi having said,”If any one man proves that any five infiltrators seen from Bangladesh, I shall immediately resign”-Issue dated September 1-12)

 Mr.Ahmed further lamented that Muslims in large are not concentrating obtaining quality and helpful education, and that is the predominant cause of backwardness. He went further to say that UPA Government has many schemes for minority communities, but they are not aware of them.Prime Minister Man Mohan Singh, and HRD Minister Kapil Sibal are executing great contribution for Education and formulated 15 points programme. The Central Government is providing three types of schemes by way of scholarships 1.Prematric 2.Post Matric 3. Merit cum means scholarship, and also improving educational infrastructure through the Maulana Azad Educational Foundation. He further commented on the funds on pre matric and post matric scholarships for 2011-12 academic year. Nearly 55.28 laks students have been benefited with an aggregate amount of Rs.614 crores. Similarly in Post Matric scholarship nearly seven lakh students have been benefited with sum of Rs.360 crores. 42000 students have been benefited in Merit cum Means scholarship the Central Government spending Rs.150 crores.

Central Government of India has developed a plan for improving the quality of education for all Madarasa Education forming a committee, with 31 members as National Advisory committee, under the Chairmanship of Kapil Sibal, E.Ahmed as vice Chairman to analyse the ways and means of modernising the Madaras Education. K.A.M.Mohammad Abu Backer, Tamil Nadu State General Secretary IUML has been selected as member from Tamil Nadu.

At the end of the function all top ranking students from tenth and twelfth standards were awarded cash honorarium.

Please note: The last date of post matric online  scholarship is September 30,2012.

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