“Minorities Have Seen ‘Real Change’ In Last Seven Years,” Feels Union Minister Naqvi; Deets Inside

Amidst the caste and religion dice being thrown by political parties in the election environment, Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said that some parties keep secularism as a means of political convenience and do political deceit with the basic spirit of the Constitution. However, this is a constitutional commitment for the BJP. The BJP is following the mantra of Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, whereas for some parties it has been limited to the development of their own leaders. Addressing the workers of BJP Minorities Morcha, Naqvi appealed to them to expose these parties by example.

On Sunday, there was a meeting of the National Executive of the BJP Minority Morcha. In its inaugural address, Naqvi was an attacker on the opposition. He said, “In 75 years of independence, 75 chess tricks have been played by the political merchants of minority votes to exploit them. Sometimes the trick of fear, sometimes the shield of delusion, sometimes the web of religion and sometimes the ruckus of rumours and apprehensions kept hijacking votes. Ignored the basic economic-socio-educational concerns of minorities and adopted the path of divide and rule. Whereas the draft of development for the BJP was not and will not be a deal of votes.”

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Naqvi said that in the last seven years of Narendra Modi regime, through ‘Hunar Haat’ five lakh, employment to more than 50 thousand artisans, craftsmen, scholarship to more than five crore minority students, school drop out of Muslim girls 70 There are many things like reducing the percentage to about 30 percent, which started the change. If houses were given to two crore poor, then 31 percent of it has been given to the minority community. If 12 crore farmers were given benefits under the Kisan Samman Nidhi, more than 33 percent of them are poor farmers from minority communities. If more than eight crore women were given free gas connections under the Ujjwala scheme, 37 percent poor families of minority communities were benefitted.