On day 57 of Bharat Jodo Yatra, Rahul Gandhi meets Muslim leaders in Sangareddy

Regarding fundamental rights violations, High Court advocate Qudsia Tabassum said the Act and the trial process of UAPA cases should be amended.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  3 Nov 2022 1:52 PM GMT
On day 57 of Bharat Jodo Yatra, Rahul Gandhi meets Muslim leaders in Sangareddy

Hyderabad: Day 57 of the Congress party's Bharat Jodo Yatra started from Ganesh Mandir in Rudraram, Sangareddy, Telangana on Thursday. In the morning, Rahul Gandhi was joined by the 89-year-old retired Navy chief Admiral Ramadasu and his wife.

A group of Muslim leaders, including senior advocates, educationists, retired bureaucrats, leaders of community organisations, social activists, writers, employee representatives, and professionals from different fields, met Rahul Gandhi. They discussed the issues faced by the community and their suggestions for the way forward.

Shafiquzzaman, former special chief secretary, said there is a need for better state-level leadership within Congress from the Muslim community.

Regarding fundamental rights violations, High Court advocate Qudsia Tabassum said the Act and the trial process of UAPA cases should be amended.

Dr. Md. Sajid Ali, general secretary of the Association of Minority Education Institutions Telangana, and Zahid Qadri, who coordinated the session, were also present at the meeting.

Mr. Gandhi will spend the night at Sultanpur, Sangareddy, and continue the Yatra from 5 November.

According to the Bharat Jodo Yatra schedule, 4 November is a break day.

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