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The interest in patterns of representation and inclusion has widened in India and across the world. In the past few years, the demand for policies of inclusion has considerably increased.  Further, the need for public interest and equal rights has increased the urgency to act. The propagation of democracy has led to a consensus that in the democratic system any single group should not extend monopoly over the governance. This has further led to an awareness of creating policies that will deal with the aspirations of the marginalised groups for building equity, and stability within the political system. As it stands, the imagery of an ideal city differs from region to region and forms multiple identities of an individual. In the scenario of rising global capitalism, it does not require to engineer rhetoric from outside, but an inquest from within to comprehend exclusion by inclusion. In the analysis drawn from this paper, it is not a claim that Muslims are experiencing scarcity in welfare benefits of the government; indeed it is an effort to represent Muslims in a spectacle of equality in the interstitial spaces of access to education. Notably, it’s time to read –reflect debate and discuss.

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