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Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Minorities Welfare Minister Mohammad Ahmedullah, today held talks with Attorney General of India Gulam-e-Vahanavathi in New Delhi, on various aspects relating to the issue of four per cent reservation for backward among Muslim minorities.
The Minister sought the guidance of the Attorney General in getting a favourable order from the Supreme court on the quota issue in view of the hearing slated for March 23, an official release said here tonight.
Mr Ahmedullah explained to him about the sensitivity of the issue of four per cent reservation and the responsibility of the State Government towards the socially backward Muslim population. The Minister also met K Parasaran, Constitutional Expert and former Attorney General to strive for obtaining favorable Orders from the Apex which had been moved in the wake of the Andhra Pradesh High Court quashing the state law.
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