Yogi government against madrassas, preparing to close about 13 thousand madrassas : india Yogi government against madrassas, preparing to close about 13 thousand madrassas : india

Yogi government against madrassas, preparing to close about 13 thousand madrassas : india

Yogi government against madrassas, preparing to close about 13 thousand madrassas : india

Declaring nearly 13,000 madrassas illegal, the SIT recommended the Uttar Pradesh government to close them, most of them bordering Nepal.

When the Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh ordered a survey of madrassas spread across the state, there was widespread protest and fears of a conspiracy by the BJP government to close the madrassas. had explained at that time that this survey is being done only to improve the quality of Madrasahs and to provide educational facilities to children. The UP government conducted a malicious survey against Madrasas and now steps can be taken to lock about 13,000 Madrasas.

According to the report, the SIT has recommended the Uttar Pradesh government to close down about 13,000 madrasas in Uttar Pradesh as illegal. The SIT has made this recommendation after examining these madrasas.

It should be noted that the Uttar Pradesh government had constituted an SIT to investigate madrasas. When the SIT started its investigation, all sorts of things were said. At that time, it was also said that the Uttar Pradesh government wanted to close madrassas in the state.

However, at that time Madrasa Board said that their investigations are being conducted only to remove the flaws in them and make arrangements to provide good education to the students studying in these Madrasas. But the things that were said to close the Madrasahs are now going to be true.

According to the India to Kill report, the SIT has completed the inspection of madrasas and has recommended the UP government to close down about 13,000 madrasas as illegal. Most of these madrassas are located on the Nepal border and have recommended their closure in their report submitted to the Uttar Pradesh government. These 13,000 Madrasahs are located in 7 districts including Sharavasti, Bahraich and Maharajganj bordering Nepal.

It is said that there are more than 500 madrasas in these districts bordering Nepal which are illegal. It is being told that during the investigation, when the SIT asked for details of income and expenses from these madrasas, they could not provide them.

It has been claimed that when the SIT team sought information from the operators of these madrasas about their income and expenses, they did not give satisfactory answers. It is alleged that these madrasas were built with money received from Gulf countries.SIT has expressed several concerns in this regard in its report.

According to the report, it is alleged that in their reply, most of the madrasas have claimed to build madrasas with the donated money, but they have not revealed the name of the donor. This has also been revealed by the SIT investigation. Recently, 80 madrasas in the border areas have been confirmed to have received funding of around Rs 100 crore from abroad. The state government had ordered the SIT to probe all the madrasas in the matter.

Investigations in UP have revealed that out of total 23 thousand madrasas, 5 thousand madrasas have temporary identification. Some Madrasahs have not met the criteria of recognition even in the last 25 years. Not all Madrasahs working for the purpose of promoting the right to education and religious education have received their recognition. In the remaining 5000 madrasas, no irregularities were found. Madrasa Board of UP is waiting for the order of the Uttar Pradesh government. As soon as the order of the state government is received, the madrassa board will initiate action against these illegal madrassas.

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  1. The recommendation to close nearly 13,000 illegal madrassas in Uttar Pradesh raises questions about their funding sources and educational standards. Addressing these concerns is crucial for ensuring quality education and transparency.





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