Honorable Chief Minister Shri K. Chandrashekar Rao on Friday has said that his government is committed to the welfare of minorities and protection of Urdu language and Wakf properties.
The Minister even added, that the government would bring various offices, related to the issues of minorities in one place, to save people's time.
He even added that, this would prevent unnecessary hassles, in traveling from one part of the city to another.
Addressing the Assembly, CM KCR has stated that the government was ready to allocate land in lieu of Wakf land sold and encroached upon in the past few years.
Nizamabad MLA and a member of the House committee, Bajireddy Govardhan Reddy, will look into the issues of Wakf land and properties.
Furthermore, a panel meeting will be held, to finalize the issues, said KCR.
KCR said, the previous government sold Wakf land and in some cases, even allotted such land to multinational companies (MNCs)
The government has to compensate the board, as there are no proper records, and the land allotted to MNCs cannot be taken back, KCR Said.
The Telangana Minister, added that, decades ago, the Nizam built a “Rubaat” (inn) near the Mecca in Saudi Arabia.
People from the erstwhile Nizam's state were treated as “Guests of Allah.”
On the Rubaat, proposed near the Ajmer Dargah, KCR said, the Deputy Chief Minister Mohd Mahmood Ali went to Rajasthan and sought land for it.
A delegation is headed by the deputy chief minister, and KCR said, he will go to Rajasthan again, after the current Assembly session and meet the state chief minister on this.
The Telangana Government, is even ready to purchase land for this, if required.
He even added that, orders would be soon issued to make Urdu, the second official language, in all the 31 districts.
KCR, further added, “There is a saying that Urdu was born in Hyderabad, patronized in Delhi and flourished in Lucknow.”
The Telangana government, is committed to the development of the language. He said, that the government would take all measures for the development of dargahs even.
MIM MLA, Akbaruddin Owaisi's, stated that the road near Yousufain dargah is very narrow.
On the remarks made by the MIM MLA, KCR said, he would visit the dargah and make his possible efforts in widening the road.