Telangana Home Minister inaugurates Mufaddal Covid care centre
Hyderabad: Mohd Mahmood Ali, Minister for Home inaugurated 10 bed COVID Care Centre organized by Dawoodi Bohra Community at RTC colony of Malkajgiri constituency, today.
Malkajgiri MLA Mynampally Hanumanth Rao also graced the Occasion.
Home minister addressed the gathering and praised the community for the Social initiatives, he also extended his support for all community development activities. He advised that every body should be careful on this pandemic situation. Wearing mask ,maintaining social distance, sanitization should be done to control this corona virus.
Minister appreciated Dr Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin for his philanthropy and the dawoodi bohra community for their entrepreneurship, patriotism and for their contribution in nation building.
Arif, Aamil , Juzer, Shaik Manan Habib, Secretary and Shaik Ammar Shakir Co Ordinator of Public relations organized the Inauguration event.
HOME MINISTER EXPRESSED HIS GRATITUDE TO CHIEF MINISTER ON THE EXTENSION OF BC RESERVATIONS FOR 10 MORE YEARS:
Mohd Mahmood Ali, Minister for Home expressed his gratitude to Kalvakuntla Chandrashekhar Rao, Chief Minister for extending 4 % Muslim reservation facility under BC -E category ten more years. He said that Chief Minister KalvaKuntla Chandrasekhar Rao is thinking seriously regarding the development and welfare of Muslims. In addition, Chief Minister strives for the overall development of Muslims, especially in the field of education for Muslims.
Home Minister said that due to extension of Muslim reservations , hundreds of Muslim students will be benefited in education and employment areas and their economy will be improved. Minister said that Muslim reservations are a golden opportunity for Muslims in the present times due to which poor Muslim children are getting tremendous benefits in getting education and employment.
He thanked Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao from the bottom of his heart for extending 4% reservations to BC -E category and congratulated the Muslims. Home Minister has requested parents and guardians of students to send their children to higher education. Minister appealed Muslims to Make use of the extension of reservations to brighten the economy and the future of students.
HOME MINISTER SPOKE TO MINORITY WELFARE SECRETARY:
Mohd Mahmood Ali, Minister for Home while talking to Ahmad Nadeem, Principal Secretary, Minority Welfare, on the non-payment of salaries of Mecca Masjid employees, said that the issue should be solved as soon as possible. The principal secretary assured that the issue would be finalised immediately.