When will we have a ‘Majority affairs’ Ministry?

via HK published on May 30, 2010

PM may write to states to vacate Wakf properties
News Delhi: Prime Minister will write to state governments to vacate Wakf properties occupied by them, according to Minorities Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid. He said the states would also be requested to provide compensation to Wakf boards if the properties cannot be vacated.

(HK: If there can be a separate ministry for Minorities why can’t we have a Majority affairs Ministry to look into the issues faced by Hindus in their own country?
What about Handing over Hindu temples to Hindus and vacating the encroached Hindu temple land and properties owned and managed by various Governments?

He also told recently formed Equal Opportunities Commission will ensure that minorities get a fair representation in education and jobs while Minority Commission swings into action when the rights of the minorities are violated. Equal Opportunities Commission will have the mandate of recommending incentives and disincentives on organisations which provide, or fail to provide, equal opportunities to minorities.

( HK:When the commission itself is termed as Equal Opportunities how come it can be MORE equal towards Minorities? Which commission will swing into action when the rights of Majorities are violated) 

Minister also told he is in touch with private sectors who are willing to take initiatives to provide Minority reservation in their firms. He revealed that many software sector is willing to open schools and train members of the minority community.

(HK: When Hindu students were studying hard from limited resources available to them ,their Muslim counterparts were languishing in Madrassa’s and getting injected with venom on how to deal a kafir and wage Jihad against the Nation. Why should any private sector bother to provide any special tutoring for those who wasted their days in Madrassas instead of being in a school? Communalisation of Public sectors have been almost complete and now it’s the turn of Private sector)

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