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Aligarh Muslim group applauds Modi's governance in 100 days
Wednesday September 3, 2014 8:12 PM, Staff Reporter

In a strange shift of views, Muslim intellectuals and organisations have begun appreciating Modi government. Analysing performance and governance of Modi government in 100 days, Forum for Muslim Studies & Analysis, Aligarh, had applauded Modi government for delivering good governance.

Introducing the core issues in a meeting of Forum for Muslim Studies & Analysis (FMSA) held at Media Centre Aligarh today to evaluate and analyse 100 days of Narendra Modi government AMU Court member & President of FMSA.

Razaullah Khan pointed out that during the election campaigns Narendra Modi, the BJP Prime Ministerial candidate had made dreamy promises and the Indian masses had believed him that the better days are ahead.

He said that after completion of 100 days now it is our duty to take into account the indications available by the Modi governance though 100 days are very short period for commenting upon performance of any government.

He said that Modi government has taken decision to end the "Inspector Raj" and the Central governments directive to States to ease the "Boilers Act" which according to industry sources is only for harassment.

He asked the participants and panellists to consider the performance of Modi government in national perspective without any political consideration.

Secretary General of FMSA Jasim Mohammad pointed out that just after taking oath of Narendra Modi as Prime Minister, the stock market began registering upward rise and rupee has shown signs of stability. Some of the steps taken by the government have created an image that now investing in India is more profitable.

He said that from labour laws, approval on environmental issues to land acquisition to tax policies, the Modi government has succeeded in hinting that it means business and want to change India`s trade and industrial landscape.

AMU Court Member & Member of FMSA Prof. Humayun Murad said that the best gift to the masses is the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojna under which poor people can open their bank accounts with zero balance and have been granted over draft facilities of Rs. 5000 after six months apart of accident policy of one lakh rupees and life insurance of Rs. 30,000.

Author Dr. Aftab Alam said that most important step is to introduce and pass two crucial Bills in Parliament to appoint Judges by scrapping old Collegiums system. The constitution of National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) can change whole justice delivery system in country.

Member of FMSA N. Jamal Ansari said that the recent visits of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in foreign countries like Nepal and Japan are indicating that he desire coordial relationship with neighbouring countries. By inviting the heads of SAARC nations in his oath taking ceremony, Modi had hinted that he know the intricacies of foreign policies.

Former Chairman of History, AMU & Member of FMSA Prof. Shahabuddin Iraqi said that no doubt that Narendra Modi is trying hard to put the country on rails and has not raised any controversial issue within his 100 days but at the same time he must control and contain his state level party leaders from raising divisive issues because such uncalled for and communal out bursts will damage credibility of Modi government.

Member of FMSA Farhat Ali Khan said that though Modi government has succeeded in making impressions upon masses but it should pay some attention on the marginalised Muslim community too. He pointed out that a large section of Muslims is engaged in cottage industries and is artisan class . Hence Modi government should shift focus from large scale industries to small and cottage industries.

In the last of meeting, FMSA passed a resolution unanimously appreciating and congratulating Narendra Modi for successful 100 days in office and indicating that better days are ahead. In another resolution FMSA demanded that Modi government should pass “Communal Violence Bill” in its original form and constitute , “Equal Opportunities Commission” to ensure development of all sections of Indian society.

The meeting was conducted by N. Jamal Ansari while Dr. G. F Sabri thanked the participants and speakers. Apart of the speakers notably Nikhat Parveen, Dr. Fatima Zehra, Fatima Aliba, Dr. M Khalid Khan, Dr. Daulat Ram, Joseph John, were also present in the meeting.

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