Compare these ‘Secular’ Land Deals

via HK published on February 14, 2009

Compare following three events which have been happened in a week.. Hope such comparison exercises will help our so called ‘Hindus’ to wake up from their slumber

In one side…..

 

Giving Land For Aligharh Muslim University sub Centre, more than what they requested…

Kerala government is going to take over over 1000Acres of Land in Malapuram district for Aligarh Muslim University .Keralas biggest University, Calicut university is already in Malapuram . Adivasis and various other financially and culturaly back ward communities compared with Muslims in Kerala are in Wayanad, Idukki, Pathanamthitta and various other districts. But just for vote bank the Kerala Government, dont want to think about other backward communities.  No other universities have these much land. Kerala’s biggest University, Calicut University , has less than 300 acres of land and other universities have only less than 100 acres.  If these plots are sufficient for biggest Universities, why 1000 acres are required for a Sub Centre of Muslim University????

 

2. AP Govt returns prime land to Waqf to placate Muslims:

 

In an unprecedented gesture towards the Muslim minority of Andhra Pradesh, Chief Minister YS Rajasekhara Reddy on Wednesday returned 50 acres of prime land to the State Waqf Board, which had become a bone of contention between the board and the State Revenue department. The value of the land, under the Pahadi Shareef Dargha in Mamidipally village in Ranga Reddy district is estimated to be Rs 300 crore.

 

And the Other Side:

 
Amarnath Sangharsh Samiti threatens agitation

Activists of the Sri Amarnath Yatra Sangharsh Samiti (SAYSS) have decided to revive its agitation in Jammu region from Friday in order to mount pressure on the State Government to implement the agreement reached between them and the four-member panel constituted by the Governor NN Vohra to resolve the issue of Amarnath land row on August 31, 2008.

Leela Karan Sharma, convener of the Samiti who remained in the forefront during 63-day historic agitation in Jammu, on Wednesday said, “The State Government has turned a deaf ear to the agreement reached between the Government and the Samiti and have not provided any compensation to the traders, transporters and others who suffered heavy losses during the agitation.”

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