Allocate Rs 10,000 crores for welfare of minorities in the upcoming Karnataka budget : SDPI
Bangalore, 28th feb : Social Democratic Party of India, SDPI held a two day meet of state secretariat Members at State Head office Bangalore on 26th and 27th feb, presided by State President Abdul Hannan.
State Secretariat discussed on many things such as Farmers issues, Upcoming Budget, Bypoll elections, Upcoming Local bodies and TP/ZP elections, etc.
State Secretariat has Comeup with few resolutions especially on Upcoming budget.
SDPI demands Rs 10,000 crore be for the welfare of minorities
In the coming 2021-2022 budget. State govt should atleast allot a budget of Rs 10,000 cr for the welfare of minoritity communities who comprise more than 1 crore of the state population. The minority communities comprises of Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Parsis , Budhist and Jains. These communities needs assistance in education, employment,crafts ,health, housing and many more such issues which needs constant attention and grants. From the past 3 budgets the grants have been systematically reduced which is not acceptable. It was also observed in the meeting that, for the overall development of karnataka there is a need of special grants for certain backward communities in the minority community.
State Vice President Advocate Abdul Majeed khan, State General Secretaries Afsar Kodlipet & Mujahid Pasha, State Secretaries Abrar Ahmed Chamrajnagar & Ashraf Maachar, Secretariat members Akram Hasan, A R Patel were present in the meeting.