Taking appeasement to new levels Maharashtra Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) Minority Minister Nawab Malik has announced pre-recruitment training for ‘minority’ candidates applying for police jobs.
اقلیتی نوجوانوں کو پولیس بھرتی سے قبل تربیت دی جائے گی
Minority youths to be trained before police recruitment. pic.twitter.com/srqJcVVC4H
— Nawab Malik نواب ملک नवाब मलिक (@nawabmalikncp) August 16, 2020
Malik has stated that youth from minority communities will be given training so that maximum numbers of minority candidates are recruited to the police force. In his tweet, he also mentioned that the candidate selection process is on-going in 14 districts and is expected to begin shortly in the rest of the districts as well.
However this is not the first time, and the way things are going it won’t be the last when MVA government has indulged in blatant minority appeasement. Readers may recall that earlier as well Nawab Malik and several other MVA leaders had spoken in favour of bringing an ordinance to provide 5% reservations for Muslims in education.
The MVA government has been time and again indulging in open and blatant minority appeasement. It had even announced releasing around 1.8 crores as ‘salary’ to madrasa teachers at a time when the state was struggling to pay salaries to healthcare personnel.
While there has hardly been any progress in the Palghar Sadhus lynching case, the Maharashtra government has bent over backwards to fulfil demands of extremist Islamist outfit Raza Academy.
With every move, the MVA government is only becoming more brazen in its appeasement policies, while the so-called Hindutva CM Uddhav Thackeray is a mute spectator. In these times of crisis, when every section of the society needs the government’s support, such shameless appeasement doesn’t augur well for the state and its citizens.
How this any different from ex-PM Manmohan Singh’s statement where he said Muslims must have the first claim over resources?
(Featured Image Source: ANI)
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