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'Education to Muslims must for development of community'

Sunday January 02, 2011 10:25:11 PM, PTI

Jaipur: Terming lack of education as a stumbling block to the development of Muslims, eminent personalities from different walks of life today called upon parents to emphasise on the schooling of their children to keep pace with the fast changing world.

"The challenge before the community is lack of education, which is important to survive in the time of globalisation. Everybody should take resolution to get their children educated. Do not compromise with the career of children," a Muslim scholar Sarwar Chistry said during a national seminar on 'Challenges Before Minority'.

Speaking at the seminar, noted filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt appealed to Muslims to "dream big" and work for making them true to raise their position in the society.

Speakers also called for Hindu-Muslim unity for India's development. "India is the best country for Muslims and Hindus are the best neighbours. We should not be divided at any point and any time," BJP MP Shahnawaz Hussain said.

 

  

 

 

 

 

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