The orders would be issued soon for setting a creamy layer ceiling for Muslims minorities at Rs 6 lakh per annum.MIM leader Akbaruddin Owaisi raised several issues on it. He assured the assembly that required steps would be taken to ensure on Wakf lands.
“The Central Wakf Act per se is very rigid. Whatever buildings have come up on Wakf lands, be it Lanco Hills or anything else, should pay compensation for the same to the Wakf Board,” he said
“The existing Haj House is not enough. It is very congested. We can use it as the office,” he said
The Chief Minister further informed Mr. Owaisi that around 2.5 lakh Muslims in the state have been receiving pensions under the Aasara scheme, which was about 7.46 per cent.