No plan to open separate colleges for Muslim women : Karnataka CM Bommai

Bangalore (Karnataka) [India]: Disregarding reports that the Karnataka federal government has provided consent to the Wakf Board to open colleges for Muslim females pupils in the state, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Thursday claimed that no such proposition exists at any level of his administration.

” The statement by the Karnataka State Wakf Board Chairman on opening up separate universities for Muslim ladies students was only a statement, as well as there is no such proposal prior to the government,” Bommai claimed.
Karnataka Wakf Board Chairman Maulana Shafti Saadi had recently said that it has been made a decision to start 10 colleges for women in numerous areas in the state at an expense of Rs 2.5 crore per college, and the Chief Minister and Minister Jolle had actually offered in-principle grant this project.

Saadi stated on Thursday the discussions have taken place at the Wakf Board level and the matter has actually not reached the federal government yet. “The proposal is still preparing and also will be sent out to the government in the days ahead.”

The brand-new colleges will certainly be opened in Dakshina Kannada, Shivamogga, Kodagu, Chikkodi, Nippani, Kalaburagi, Bijapur, as well as Bagalkote to name a few locations in the State, he had said, adding that after the Hijab debate, there has actually been demand from the Muslim neighborhood for females colleges to be begun by Wakf Board, as well as they had actually even met Union Preacher for Female & Child Growth Smriti Irani in this regard.

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