Bhopal: Members of All India Milli Council has demand that assembly ticket should be assured to Muslim candidate where the population of the community is over 60,000. For this Milli Council would hold a one day conclave on Wednesday to decide on political discourse of Muslims.
Programme coordinator of the council, Maulana Masih Alam said that a seminar would be organised on the day at Gandhi Bhawan. “We have called people from across section of society including Muslim clerics, political and social activists from several places,” said Alam. Some organisations are constantly questioning the nationalism of Muslim citizens. We would also discuss about the sustained campaign which is being run to generate malice against Muslims, he added.
The council members would try to derive a formula on appropriate political representation of Muslims. The council in principle has agreed to demand ticket for Muslim candidates where their share of population is above sixty thousand. Council’s coordinator Nafees Ahmad said that there are around 25 assembly constituencies where Muslim population is above 60,000. Council coordinator said that they would also discuss on basic issues related with Waqf and Madarsa boards and try to find out amicable solution for them.