BJP govt to spend Rs 200 crores on Muslims education in Maharashtra – Dilip Kamble

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By Vinam Pachkhede

Pimpri – Minister of state for social justice and special assistance Dilip Kamble made an announcement that the unspent subsidy of Rs.200 Cr which was supposed to be used in Haj pilgrimage will be used for the educational development of Muslims in the state. Overall Rs 7000 crores will be saved in the country, and Maharashtra has got Rs 200 crores.

The announcement was made by him at the Roza Iftar party organized by MLA Mahesh Landge at Bhosri on June 11. The government will give financial help for jobs, education, and business of the community members. He also added that following PM Narendra Modi’s policies, “we should try and push the minority community towards overall development. We are planning to provide scholarships to many students from minority community under the guidance of CM Devendra Fadnavis. We are determined to implement the ‘Sabka Saath sab ka Vikas’ policy.”

Organised by Mahesh Landge, Mayor Nitin Kalge, Deputy Commissioner of Police (zone 3) Ganesh Shinde, and all the officials of Pimpri Chinchwad Muslim Federation participated in the event.