An Indian training institute is building one of the world’s largest indoor training centres in New Dehli, an area that is home to the largest number of people from the Muslim and Hindu communities.
The Indian training center in New Diheli was inaugurated in October and aims to train thousands of people a year by 2022.
The building is expected to have a capacity of 2,000 people.
The new training centre is a joint venture between the government and private players and is funded by the Ministry of Urban Development and Planning (MUDP).
The project, which is still being developed, will also house an Indian football academy.
The project will be managed by the government-backed MUDP.
“We are very happy to see that the government has invested in the development of the training centre.
We hope this will also lead to a positive impact in the lives of the people of New Delhi,” said Akshay Nambiar, general secretary of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB), which has also been given a stake in the project.
The MUDM has been tasked with providing training to trainees from various religious communities across the country and also to develop skills for those who are to join the ranks of the Indian police force.MUDM President Dr Abul Kalam told TOI that he was very pleased to see the government’s involvement.
“Our training centres are very specialised, they are not just a place to train people, but also a place where the police can train.
This is a very special place and we are very grateful to the government,” he said.
The city is home the country’s largest Muslim population, with more than one million people.
India has a history of fighting anti-Muslim sentiments, and its anti-terror law allows the government to use force to protect its citizens from potential threats.
However, the law is not widely used.