- خبر من مصادر إنجليزية.
شهدت الجلسة الافتتاحية للدورة البرلمانية الثالثة عشر لمجلس النواب بولاية "جوجارت" الهندية - تصريحات "كملة بينوالي" عن أوضاع المسلمين، مشيرةً إلى ارتفاع دخل المسلمين بالمناطق الحضرية إلى 668 روبية، وإلى 875 روبية في "جوجارت".
وأما بالنسبة للحالة التعليمية، فقد أشارت "بينوالي" إلى ارتفاع مستوى الأمية بين المسلمين ليصل إلى 73.5 % مقارنة بالأمية القومية التي تبلغ 59.1%، وذلك مقارنةً بوضع المسلمين تعليميًّا واقتصاديًّا بالولايات الأخرى؛ المصدر: شبكة الألوكة.
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Muslim literacy, income higher in Guj: Governor
Gujarat Governor Kamla Beniwal on Wednesday heaped praise on the Narendra Modi Government in a speech on the maiden session of the 13th Gujarat Legislative Assembly here. She said the literacy rate of Muslims in Gujarat is 73.5 per cent against the national rate of 59.1 per cent and that the minority community was better off financially than most of their brethren in other parts of the country.
The per capita income of Muslims in rural Gujarat is Rs 668 while the national per capita of rural Muslims is Rs 553, she pointed out.
Similarly, the Governor informed, the national per capita income of Muslims in urban area is Rs 804 while it is Rs 875 in Gujarat, dispelling the belief that the community is oppressed and neglected in the BJP-ruled State. “My Government has shown that no section or community of the society, be it linguistic minority or religious minority, is deprived of be benefits of development”, said the Governor.
She recalled that Chief Minister Narendra Modi had made a heartfelt appeal to promote harmony among different castes and communities and observed a three-day fast under the banner of the ‘Sadbhavna Mission’, starting from his birthday (Sept 17) in 2011.
Since the three-day fast had received unprecedented response, the Chief Minister organised 36 more such events which helped in building peace, unity and harmony in the State, the Governor said.
“My Government is wedded to economic progress with manpower and it will remain committed to providing new direction to social and economic change”, she said in her concluding remarks about the blueprint for a Gujarat of tomorrow.
After the Governor’s address, the House adopted condolence resolutions on the deaths of former legislators. Condolence tributes were also paid to former Prime Minister Inder Kumar Gujral, former State Governors Nawal Kishore Sharma and Kailashpati Mishra and also former Union Textiles Minister Kashiram Rana, who died since the last session of the legislature. The House would meet again on February 20 when newly appointed Finance Minister Nitin Patel would present the State Budget for the year 2013-14.
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