Reservation in Minority Quota for SINDHIS

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The Sindhis, went through the horror of partition but stood up to the challenge and made progress due to their hard work and capabilities. 

Sindhis have succeeded in the challenge of getting uprooted from their home that brought their good qualities to the fore.

Sindh's sizeable population of Hindus and Sikhs did not have that option. Instead, they were resettled in Bombay (now Mumbai), Gujarat, the princely states of Rajasthan and some cities of Madhya Pradesh. As a result of this scattered rehabilitation, the Sindhi identity became a non-factor in post-independent India.

Sindhis are hardly 10 M in India which is less than 1 % of India's population yet we don't have minority status.

We seek the Government of India not to forget contribution of top Sindhis like 

Business families/CEOs/Entrepreneurs:

Hinduja family
Raheja family
Hiranandani family
Mukesh Jagtiani (Heads a retail behemoth, Landmark Group, UAE)
Romesh T Wadhwani (Private Equity investor)
Jitendra Virwani (Chairman, Embassy Developers)
Patanjali Keswani (Founder of Lemon Tree Hotels)
Raj Menda & Manoj Menda (Promoters of one of the largest real estate companies operating in Bangalore)
Harish Manwani (Former COO, Unilever)
Chandra Kochhar (MD & CEO, ICICI Bank)
CP Gurnani (CEO, Tech Mahindra)
Ashok Vaswani (CEO, Personal and Corporate Banking, Barclays)
Meera Sanyal (Former CEO, RBS India)
Lila Poonawalla (Former MD, Alfa Laval)

LK Advani (Former Deputy Prime Minister of India)
KR Malkani (Was the Vice President of the Bharatiya Janata Party from 1991 to 1994)
Sucheta Kriplani (first woman Chief Minister of UP)

Ranveer Singh (Indian actor)
Rajkumar Hirani (Indian movie director)
Ramesh Sippy (Indian movie director)
Hansika Motwani (Indian actress)
Ritesh Sidhwani (Indian movie producer)
Law and Judiciary:

Ram Jethmalani (Former Law Minister of India)
Mahesh Jethmalani (Criminal lawyer)

Pankaj Advani (World Champion, Billiards and Snooker)

Narendra Hirwani (Cricket)

We want the community to grow and prosper and the Government must extend help by providing them all the facilities and amenities what minorities get so that we can excel and contribute more for the Indian economy