Dismiss Minority Commission -ABVP

via HK published on August 12, 2007

Thiruvananthapuram: Akhila Bharathiya Vidyardhi Parikshath (A.B.V.P) urged Kerala Government to recommend the dismissal of The Minority Education commission.


The Commission is challenging the Indian Constitution and is against the principles of  National integration. The commission’s recent 25 allotments, including 15 educational institutions run by Muslim Education Society (M.E.S) denies the chance of education for economically backward students in Kerala. Commission’s hasty allotments in two phases also raise some doubts on their sincerity.


State Government seems to play a mute spectator’s role by safe guarding their minority vote bank. ABVP expressed their concern on misusing the Minority rights mentioned in Indian constitution for vested interest. Privilege on the basis of religion is against the concept of secularism.


Instead of discriminating Indians on the basis of religion, Government should show their commitment on equal rights to all Indians by promoting educational assistance on the basis of economic status. ABVP state committee hoped that Communist Government will file an appeal on High Court against Minority Commission’s illegal allotments.

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