Recommendations of 7 sub committees on Indigenous Assamese Muslims implementable: CM Sarma
In a massive step that is expected to go a long way in further empowering and securing the rights of indigenous Assamese Muslims, the 7 Sub-Committees formed by the Assam
In a massive step that is expected to go a long way in further empowering and securing the rights of indigenous Assamese Muslims, the 7 Sub-Committees formed by the Assam Government for the development of the Indigenous Assamese Muslim Community submitted their recommendations to Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma today.
The sub-committees were formed as part of the massive Muslim welfare push initiated by Himanta Biswa Sarma soon after taking charge as CM.
Among the 7 sub-committees were the Sub-Committee on Cultural Identity, Sub Committee on Health, Sub-Committee on Education, Sub Committee on Financial Inclusion, Sub Committee on Skill Development, Sub Committee on Women Empowerment and Sub-Committee on Population Stabilisation all of which submitted their respective reports to CM Sarma today.
The reports made a wide range of recommendations on health, education, political representation, reservation, and women empowerment among others.
Significantly, Chief Minister Sarma said that all recommendations are implementable and can be put in place in a three-phase manner.
Not only this, in another significant statement Chief Minister Sarma said that the sub-committee reports have put forward a definition of indigenous Assamese Muslims which will be largely accepted.
The Assam Chief Minister also assured that the government will proceed with the implementation work at the earliest and any points that need to be reviewed will be taken up with the respective sub-committees.
It may be mentioned that the recommendations of the 7 sub-committees were presented by Northeast Live Editor in Chief and Chairman of Sub-committee on Cultural Identity Wasbir Hussain who highlighted the salient points put forward by the sub-groups.
First Published: 21st April, 2022 21:16 IST
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