Now, Muslim quota in Hindu schools — Congress is a gift that keeps giving!
The Congress party was created by the racist White Christians to oppress polytheistic Hindus by proxy and keep Hindu India from developing economically and overshadowing Western civilisation (like much of history). Notice how quickly they inserted Gandhi and Nehru into the Congress to promote these objectives — both were anti-Hindu and pro-Muslim (the exact policy of Britishers) and both ruined the economy (one rejected modern economy, the other rejected capitalism and private entrepreneurship). The British objective was perfectly served by these two Uncle Toms. Then, when the White Christians saw the rise of BJP in the 1990s, they panicked. How to stop India’s rise? How to make sure Hindus don’t become assertive? Sonia Gandhi was deftly into power by killing everybody else in the Gandhi family, and now she is actively directing the Hindu persecution in India through some Hindu traitors who have crossed over to other side — these are the Rai Bahadurs of the post-independence India.
As long as Congress remains, the oppression of Hindus in their own country will continue — the party is just a tool of the White racist Christians sitting in London and Washington. It is full of unbelievably mercenary anti-Hindus with Hindu-sounding names. Kapil Sibal is one of them. Mercenary to the core, the man has no scruples or morals, and will stab his community in the back in a minute. This is the stuff race-traitors and Jaichands are made of. The mercenary charlatan engineered the discriminatory Right to Education Act (RTE) act applicable only to schools run by Hindus and now is introducing Muslim quota in these schools — in effect, 25 percent of seats in Hindu-run schools will be reserved for rich and middle-class Muslims. Also, he is careful to not introduce any creamy layer clause in the RTE to allow rich Muslims to send their children to top Hindu-run schools through the quota.
The charlatan has also quietly appointed Teesta Setlavad into the advisory council of CBSE — he is facilitating Muslim takeover of Indian institutions in return for Muslim support to rule for some more years for personal benefit. A true-blue Jaichand in Armani suit. But I also think this guy is not so clever. I think these strategies of Hindu oppression are being thought of in London and Washington and being transmittedt to India to be implemented through Sonia Gandhi.
Another very distrubting thing I am noticing is the support of Supreme Court judges to the laws of the Congress that actively discriminate against the Hindus and make religion a basis for privileges . In no other supreme court of the world will these kind of laws targetting a particular religious group will pass muster, but surprisingly Indian judges are seeing nothing wrong with these. What is going on in the judiciary? I can smell some stink.
NEW DELHI: Union human resource development (HRD) minister Kapil Sibal has urged the Delhi government to treat Muslim students as a “disadvantaged group” for admission in schools under the 25% economically weaker section quota mandated by the Right To Education Act.
At present, apart from SCs and STs, only OBC students not belonging to creamy layer are considered disadvantaged and, therefore, entitled for admission under the 25% RTE quota. Under the Act, however, states have the authority to include any other group that it feels is disadvantaged within this quota.
Sources said Sibal raised the issue of expanding the “disadvantaged” category with Delhi education minister Arvinder Singh in a meeting on Thursday in view of reports that few Muslim students were able to get admission under RTE.
According to sources familiar with details of the deliberations, Sibal suggested that the Muslim community as a whole be notified as a disadvantaged group -which should clear the way for a large number of students of the community to be admitted in schools.
However, the advantage, as in case of OBCs, could be limited to economically weaker sections in the community.
Wajahat Habibullah, chairman of National Commission for Minorities, who was present in the meeting, confirmed the HRD ministry’s move to widen ambit of “disadvantaged” for the benefit of Muslims.
“The ministry was of the opinion that if Muslim community is specifically mentioned, it would help schools in identifying students and correct the disadvantage they suffer accordingly,” Habibullah said. He added that the Delhi education minister had already given his consent.
Singh could not be contacted. However, officials in the department confirmed his meeting with Sibal, adding that the state government was yet to take a call on the issue. The commission had earlier written to the Delhi government and the HRD minister highlighting the issue.
In case, the Delhi government agrees, it will be required to work out the exact percentage that Muslims would be entitled to within the 25% RTE quota for the disadvantaged.
Minority rights activists had alleged that schools were deliberately excluding Muslim children by giving lower weightage to Muslim-dominated colonies, thereby excluding them through the point system.
The other decisions that were taken in the meeting were Delhi government’s offer to allow private minority organizations run government schools in the areas that had a large minority representation.
“There were concerns that government schools run in areas that have a large representation of minority community do not provide quality education. The Delhi government has suggested that if there is a minority foundation that is keen to run the school, the government school infrastructure could be made available to them,” a senior official said.