Naqvi meets minority leaders for Sampark for Samarthan initiative
New Delhi: Union Minister for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi is focusing on leaders from the minority community for Sampark for Samarthan initiative taken by the party to reach out to one lakh eminent people from across the country.
Naqvi met India Islamic Cultural Centre President Sirajuddin Qureshi at his office at Lodhi Road, New Delhi. He had met Rt. Revd. Warris K. Masih, Bishop of Delhi, Church of North India at his residence cum office at Church Lane in New Delhi on Friday. Every BJP leader has to meet 25 such people.
However, the BJP was not answering that who will meet minority leaders. Prominent people from various Muslim educational institutes and social field were also present. Naqvi informed them about Prime Minister Narendra Modi government's initiative aimed at "Inclusive Growth".
Naqvi said that the Prime Minister has become effective and strong voice for peace and humanity not only in India but also for entire world. The desperate and disappointed evil forces want to disturb peace in the society but people's commitment to peace and unity will defeat and isolate such evil forces.
He said that the Modi government was working with commitment to 'Development with Dignity' and 'Empowerment without Discrimination'. The Modi government has ensured "happiness in eyes, prosperity in life" of every needy.
He further said, "Social-communal harmony and tolerance is the DNA of India. We have to work together to strengthen the fabric of our unity. Minorities in India are safe and socio-religious, constitutional rights of the minorities are more safe than any democratic country in the world."
Naqvi met with prominent people from Christian educational institutes, Churches, social field were also present. During meeting with Naqvi, people gave various suggestions related to socio-economic-educational empowerment and employment oriented skill development of the Christian community. Naqvi assured them positive initiatives on these suggestions.