After high court rejected 4% reservation for muslims salman khusheed minister for minority affair said that it will be challanged and 50 different muslim organisations met in delhi demanded reservation and deplore hc verdict?how a minister can involve in such communal agenda even muslims outfit threatened to launch protest march against verdict is it not amount to undermine judiciary and a begging for demand foranother partition of the country?
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I hope this would be enough for those who dont bring their brain at polling booth and ended up voting this useless UPA govt. The reservation on religious basis is unconstitutional. The Bill was initially proposed by the Congress which sought 5 percent reservation for some backward Muslim groups. The Supreme Court rejected the bill. The Andhra Pradesh government will now appeal in the Supreme Court. Soon after the court's order, Chief Minister K Rosaiah directed the state advocate general D S R Murthy to file a special leave petition in the apex court challenging the verdict. Geeta Reddy, Andhra Pradesh Information Minister, hastened to reassure the minority community, saying: "We are trying our best. It is a promise we have made to the Muslims and we are going to fight for it." The Congress leaders belonging to the Muslim community have announced that they would file a petition in the Supreme Court. The TRS party speaking on this judgment has announced that they are still sticking to t