NIZAMABAD: Telangana Joint Action Committee (TJAC) has decided to meet floor leaders of all political parties in Assembly and Council to urge them to discuss G Sudheer Commission Report and its recommendations with regard to providing 12 per cent reservations to Muslim minorities. The commission has already submitted its report to the government.
TJAC Nizamabad district committee organised a minority convention on Sudheer Commission Report here on Sunday and TJAC chairman Prof M Kodandaram participated in the meeting.
TJAC is conducting district level meetings in all the districts on Sudheer Committee and the series will be concluded on March 11 in Warangal. After that TJAC will convene a state level representatives meeting in Hyderabad where they will discuss district-level meetings reports and take special programme urging all the political parties to discuss the commission report in Assembly.
TJAC chief said Sudheer Commission elaborately discussed Muslim monitory development issues and TJAC us urging the government to continue legal battle on previously provided 4 per cent reservations and to take steps to implement Sudheer Commission report.
Kodandaram recalled that Sudheer Committee also stressed the need for special Act for equal opportunities in regard to employment and education.
“We are not demanding religion-based reservations to Muslim community, but there are several sub castes and communities in Hindu and Muslim religions socially and educationally and we urge the government to provide 12 per cent reservations to all,” TJAC chief said.
He said TJAC is committed to continue the ongoing agitation to build pressure on the government about the demand to resolve unemployment problem. He said student organisations convened an all-party meeting and after observing the outcome, TJAC will also announce its new action plan.
Several minority leaders demanded the government to take steps to implement the commission’s recommendations on 11 other issues, besides reservations, discussed by the report.