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Tuesday, September 7, 2010

West Bengal is Model State for Minorities: Abdus Sattar

Statesman News Service – Soumya De Sarkar (9434129883)
MALDA,8 AUG: Keeping the ensuing assembly election of the state Mr Abdus Sattar, the state minister of Madrasah Education and Minority Development, West Bengal today said that the left front government has significantly contributed to the development of madrsah education of West Bengal as well as the all round development of minority communities. He was delivering a speech in central madrasah convention organized by ABTA at Malda College auditorium today. Mr Sattar, in his speech, claimed that West Bengal is the pioneer in implementing the recommendations of Ranganath Mishra commission.“There will be 12 english medium modern madrasahs across the state and there will be no dearth of fund in this regard”, he said. Challenging the criticism of the Central minister for minority development Mr Salman Khursihid, Mr Sattar said that the central govt. should learn from the state govt. how the minorities should be honoured. He sternly criticized Ms Mamata Banerjee terming her party as a ‘fascist’ force and urged the large number of teachers from all part of West Bengal to take an active role in unmasking the hypocrisy of Trinamul Congress. He demanded that the central govt. has allotted only 50 crores for madrasah education while the state govt. has allotted 150 crores for madrasahs in Murshidabad alone.He praised the Chiefminister as the messaiah of minorities. ABTA state secretary Mr Utpal Roy and other leaders were present in the convention. Tomorrow Mr Sattar will distribute cheques to the madrasahs under northern region

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