WPI Warns TRS not to Ignore its Promises to Minorities

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Welfare Party of India (WPI) AP state president Malik Motasim Khan warned Telangana Rashtriya Samiti (TRS) not to ignore promises it gave to minorities, including 12% reservation to Muslims after the formation of T-State.

Addressing a massive gathering today in Jago Janta Conference at Amberpet,he said: “If he (K. Chandrashekar Rao) fails to deliver justice to the people of this region, he must know what minorities have done with national parties like Congress and BPJ time and again.”

BJP’s lone MLA in Hyderabad G. Kishan Reddy could not develop his Amber constituency in last ten years, and people are drinking contaminated supply water in his leadership, said Syed Faqruddin Ali Ahmed in the public meeting.

The MLA candidate of Welfare Party of India (WPI) from Amberpet criticized Kishan Reddy of neglecting people and their concerns, and pointed to his failure in necessitating Metro Rail extension through Amberpet.

After completing Padayatra in the Amberpet constituency, he said desperateness, pain & anguish reflected in eyes of women particularly of minority communities.

“I have interacted with them during my door-to-door visits, and assured them of my services as a human being and politician,” Mr. Faqruddin added.

“He’s (Kishan Reddy) is an utter flop as a peoples’ representative. After believing him twice, locals have realized he does not deserve their valuable vote this time.”

While criticizing both BJP and Congress in Jago Janta Conference in Amberpet, Rajyadhikara Party Founder-President V.G.R. Naragoni said Congress acts on what BJP thinks so there’s no difference between the two.

He lauded and offered his party’s support to Mr. Faqruddin for contesting from Amberpet Constituency as the WPI MLA candidate.

Dr. Kumar Raja of Dalit Christian Forum praised WPI for choosing honest and clean background person like Mr. Faqruddin, at a time when the system is in urgent need of young and honest leaders.

MM Khan also noted: “WPI stands for inclusive development, justice and value-based politics, and asking you all to support its clean background social servants working for peoples’ welfare.”


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