Muslim League pushes hard for Arabic University

via Courtesy: Janmabhumi published on September 3, 2015

Kozhikode: The Muslim League seems to be stubborn with its stand of going ahead with their self proposed International Arabic University in the state, in spite of the caution exercised by Chief Secretary. According to the state’s financial ministry, the exchequers will not be able to handle the weight of expenses that will be incurred. And to silence the government restraint that is being discussed, the Muslim League has roped in Youth League to further their devious agenda.

According to sources, the Chief Secretary had made it clear that a single university is all that is required for all foreign languages. But with the Youth League being roped in to silence the Chief Secretary, it is apparent that the Jihadists will have the last say.

State president of Youth League PM Saddique Ali is said to have remarked audaciously that “the Chief Secretary need not indulge in unwanted issues and that middlemen were not required to state their opinion in matters related to government.”

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