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April 15 (ANI)
Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao recently said his government would convene the Legislative Assembly on April 16 to pass a bill to increase quotas to the STs (Scheduled Tribes) and backward sections among Muslims.
Naidu said that religion-based reservation could promote conversions, lead to social unrest in the country and result in 'creation of another Pakistan'.
He alleged that when it is required, BJP join hands Muslims.
He said the Telangana chief minister is also not a well-wisher of minorities, especially Muslims.
"Telangana CM KCR says he will give 12 percent reservation to the minorities.
Give it, we are not against minorities. But, KCR is a clever politicians as he knows that once his government passes the bill, it will go to the centre for its consent and is likely to be rejected," said Rao.
"Once the bill is rejected by the Centre then KCR will cry hoarse that he wanted to increase the reservation quota for Muslims and the STs but the Centre didn't want it," alleged Rao.
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