Modi govt propelled great prog for minorities: Rijiju

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Guwahati, Mar 11: Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju today said the Narendra Modi government had dispatched “great plans” for the advancement of minorities in the nation.

“After BJP government came at the Center, we have taken up a project for welfare of minorities. Modi government has propelled great plans for minorities,” said Rijiju on the sidelines of a meeting here.

“Our subject is ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas’. Prior minorities were utilized as vote bank and projects were declared in like manner, however nobody got the chance to see them in actuality,” the clergyman said.

“Today I communicated here with every one of the colleges bad habit chancellors and more than 50 school principals in the north eastern area. I requesting that they give me a blue print for future advancement of instruction here and requesting that they give me a report on every one of the universities in the locale”, he said.

Expressing that on getting the report, the Center would address what ought to be the different strategy for N-E and the worries of individual schools, Rijiju said, “I’ll converse with the Prime Minister and we’ll have a different project/arrangement”.

Welcoming the ‘Taleem ki Taquat’ meeting here where he was the boss visitor, Rijiju said, “you can see all in the minority area have taken an interest in Taalim (training) program”.

The pastor said “the rate of instruction among Muslim and Budhhists in India was nearly not exactly different groups. Individuals from all religions and groups must be incorporated for the nation to advance”.

Expressing that “there is a character emergency and the minorities think they are powerless and a long way from Delhi”, Rijiju said, “whatever be your religion you are all natives of India and the standard begins wherever you are standing.”

Admonishing them to make themselves solid through training, Rijiju said, “it’s the outlook. Imagine that you are equivalent to others”.

The Taleem ki Taquat gathering was sorted out by the Rashtriya Institute of Skill and Education with UGC Chairman Prof Ved Prakash, Bombay Stock Exchange MD and CEO Ashish Kumar Chauhan, IDBI Bank MD and CEO Kishor Kharat, among others.