AIMIM floor leader Akbaruddin Owaisi said that at a time when Muslims of the country were feeling insecure under the BJP-led government at the Centre, they were finding themselves very safe and secure under the rule of Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao in Telangana.

Taking part in discussion on Budget at the State Assembly on Thursday, Akbaruddin Owaisi said that ever since Chandrashekhar Rao took over reins of the State, he has been taking steps not only for their development, but also created an atmosphere where they find themselves very safe. He said unlike the Modi-government at the Centre, the BRS government was involving minorities in the process of development in the State and taking every possible step for their upliftment.

While thanking the State government for allocating Rs 2,220 crore for welfare of minorities in the budget, Owaisi wanted the government to release funds to clear all pending welfare scheme bills. Though the government had allocated Rs.2,220 crore, the majority of funds was going to minority residential schools and Shaadi Mubarak scheme, he said requesting to streamline the budget distribution.

Expressing concern over encroachment of Waqf lands, Owaisi said it had become difficult for the

Waqf board to reclaim thousands of acres of land that were encroached upon. In fact, a large chunk of Waqf land was being shown as government land in revenue records as there were no proper documents, he said, asking the government to set up a registration office in the Old City area.He urged the government to establish the offices near the building of Haj House. He demanded to build a new Haj House at Dargah Hazrat Baba Sharfuddin.

Janab Akbaruddin Owaisi said the wakf land of Dargah Fakir Mulla needs funds to change a model Kabrastan. He said the part of Khabrastaan land is still not alloted. Immediately allot remaining land.

Janab Akbaruddin Owaisi reminded the government  that in Bandlaguda the establishment of a registration office was promised but the promise has not been fulfilled.

He suggested starting a course for Muslim boys and girls in collaboration with Minorities Finance Corporation and National Academy of Construction along with National Institute of Fashion Designing.

Also requesting for a Waqf Development Corporation, Owaisi suggested that the government should also introduce BC Bandhu and Minority Bandhu schemes on the lines of Dalit Bandhu.

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