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SIO delegation meets Khurshid on AMU, OBC quota in Jamia Millia

SIO delegation meets Khurshid on AMU, OBC quota in Jamia Millia


By TwoCircles.net News Desk,


New Delhi: A high-level delegation of Students Islamic Organisation of India, headed by its national president Suhail K K, met Union Minority Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid yesterday on OBC quota in Jamia Millia Islamia and situation at Aligarh Muslim University.

The SIO delegation, which included its Public Relations Secretary Shahnawaz Ali Raihan, submitted a memorandum to the Union Minister demanding urgent resolution of major problems regarding minority education institutes.

The delegation discussed in detail the issue of minority scholarship schemes, 27% OBC quota issue of Jamia Millia Islamia and the crisis of Aligarh Muslim University.

“Few states did not even publish the notification of minority scholarship schemes. A course of action to solve the present problems in the implementation of minority scholarship schemes, to simplify the process and to make it more outreaching was suggested by the delegation, which was appreciated by the minister,” Raihan said.

SIO also demanded that 27% OBC reservation must not be implemented in Jamia Millia Islamia, since it is a minority institute from its very beginning.

The present crisis in Aligarh Muslim University must urgently be solved amicably and democratically, SIO President demanded

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