The Maharashtra government assigns TISS to research Muslims' status, and the project would receive Rs 33.92 lakh.

Maharashtra government has appointed the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) to conduct a status analysis of Muslims . The study group is being given administrative approval in the amount of Rs 33,92,040, including financial sanctions .

Mumbai (Maharashtra) India – September 24: The Maharashtra government has appointed the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) to conduct a status analysis of Muslims in order to bring them into the mainstream of economic development in the state, thereby bringing them into the mainstream of growth, according to the government statement.To investigate the social, educational, and economic conditions of the Muslim community in cities, the Tata Social Research Council, Mumbai, has enumerated 56 people out of the six regional revenue commissioners of the state of Maharashtra, according to the research.According to the report, the said study group is being given administrative approval in the amount of Rs 33,92,040, including financial sanctions.