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Minority bodies repose faith in BJP�s �Vision�

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, May 11 - Several minority organisations of the State have reposed faith in the Vision document of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Assam Pradesh, voicing hope that the clauses included in the Vision document for the welfare of the minorities will definitely usher a new era of inclusive development.

A meet held on Wednesday by the party which was attended by the Sadou Asom Goriya Moriya Desi Jatiya Parishad, Sadou Asom Goriya Yuba Chatra Parishad, Khilongia Asomiya Musalman Unnayan Parishad, Khilongia Musalman Suraksha Mancha, Ujoni Asom Muslim Kalyan Parishad, Asomiya Muslim Kalyan Parishad resolved to create awareness about the Vision document among the minority groups in the State.

The meet, which was presided over by Muminul Aowal, president of State BJP Minority Morcha, discussed threadbare the measures incorporated in the Vision document for the development of the minorities, like conducting academic research on the identity, language and culture, resolving all issues of the Assam Board of Wakfs and looking into alleged anomalies pertaining to revenue collection, implementing a special mission to strengthen girls education in char chapori areas, encouraging skill-based education in tune with the capability of char chapori people etc.

�The BJP will recognise the contribution of the Christian community in terms of culture and development by instituting academic research and development of Buddhist culture and way of life will be a topmost priority,� said Aowal, adding that Buddhist tourist circuits will be made an essential part of Assam�s tourism once BJP takes control of Dispur.

Aowal further said that today�s meet was significant because the minority organizations have come forward to work along with the BJP to build a new Assam.

The meet was attended by many senior BJP leaders, including BJP Minority Morcha national president Abdul Rashid Ansari.

�The minority organisations have also supported the view of the BJP that minorities of the State should not be identified on religious basis but should be identified on their ethnicity,� said Aowal.

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Minority bodies repose faith in BJP�s �Vision�

GUWAHATI, May 11 - Several minority organisations of the State have reposed faith in the Vision document of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Assam Pradesh, voicing hope that the clauses included in the Vision document for the welfare of the minorities will definitely usher a new era of inclusive development.

A meet held on Wednesday by the party which was attended by the Sadou Asom Goriya Moriya Desi Jatiya Parishad, Sadou Asom Goriya Yuba Chatra Parishad, Khilongia Asomiya Musalman Unnayan Parishad, Khilongia Musalman Suraksha Mancha, Ujoni Asom Muslim Kalyan Parishad, Asomiya Muslim Kalyan Parishad resolved to create awareness about the Vision document among the minority groups in the State.

The meet, which was presided over by Muminul Aowal, president of State BJP Minority Morcha, discussed threadbare the measures incorporated in the Vision document for the development of the minorities, like conducting academic research on the identity, language and culture, resolving all issues of the Assam Board of Wakfs and looking into alleged anomalies pertaining to revenue collection, implementing a special mission to strengthen girls education in char chapori areas, encouraging skill-based education in tune with the capability of char chapori people etc.

�The BJP will recognise the contribution of the Christian community in terms of culture and development by instituting academic research and development of Buddhist culture and way of life will be a topmost priority,� said Aowal, adding that Buddhist tourist circuits will be made an essential part of Assam�s tourism once BJP takes control of Dispur.

Aowal further said that today�s meet was significant because the minority organizations have come forward to work along with the BJP to build a new Assam.

The meet was attended by many senior BJP leaders, including BJP Minority Morcha national president Abdul Rashid Ansari.

�The minority organisations have also supported the view of the BJP that minorities of the State should not be identified on religious basis but should be identified on their ethnicity,� said Aowal.