BJP is not anti-Muslim, it is a lie spread by opposition: Haji Arfat Shaikh

BJP Vahatuk Sangathan leader Haji Arfat Shaikh met Maharashtra Transport Commissioner Shekhar Channe to discuss the problems related to the auto-rickshaw, taxi, bus and heavy vehicles

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Maharashtra State Minority Commission President Haji Arfat Shaikh on Wednesday met State Transport Commissioner Shekhar Channe to discuss the problems related to the auto-rickshaw, taxi, bus and heavy vehicles. During the meeting, the leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Vahatuk Sangathan were also present. 

After the meeting was concluded, Shaikh spoke of positive discussion with the Transport Commissioner on all issues. While talking to Mumbai Live, BJP leader Arfat informed that the government is working towards the development of oppressed and backward class people. 

We are initiating a door-to-door campaign across the state through which the development work will be carried out for the marginalised sections,” BJP leader Haji Arfat Shaikh said.


On Parking Contractors

When asked about the loot being carried out by parking contractors, Shaikh said that strict action will be taken against those. Recently, Mumbai Live exposed that the parking contractors inscribe the parking fee on the bill with a pen. It should be a concern to find out whether the collected money for parking goes to the government or to the contactors. 

Arafat said on being BJP's anti-Muslim, it is a lie spread by the Congress and the NCP, there is no truth in it. Now the Muslims have also understood that BJP can do their development and that is why they are now slowly joining the party.


On BJP being allegedly anti-Muslim

When asked about whether BJP is anti-Muslim, Haji Arfat Shaikh said that it is a lie spread by the Congress and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and there is no truth to it. The Muslims in the country have come to an understanding that their development can happen with the help of BJP. Thus, the Muslims are joining hands with the party.

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