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UP’s only Muslim minister said – Survey will connect madrassas with government schemes

Opposition spreading false propaganda on state madrassa survey: Danish Azad Ansari

Opposition spreading false propaganda on state madrassa survey: Danish Azad Ansari

Danish Azad Ansari, the lone Muslim face in the Uttar Pradesh government and Minister of State for Minority Affairs, on Saturday alleged that the opposition parties in the state were spreading false propaganda on the issue. Ongoing survey of madrasas in the stateAnd the focus of the survey is to link madrassas with government welfare schemes.

“Madrasas will not be closed or bulldozers will be used on madrasas. There is no talk of bulldozers or closure of madrasas in the survey. These propaganda are well planned by the opposition as the Muslim community is attracted towards the BJP government,” Mr Ansari said while talking to media persons in Barabanki.

After the survey we will link madrasas with government schemes like ‘ new light, new flight’ of the Minority Welfare Department, and we want the students to get the experience of modern and technical education along with religious education,” he said. He further alleged that the opposition parties in the state had used the Muslim community as a vote bank in the past and now, as the community progresses, “these groups are not comparing it”.

‘Malicious’ move

Since the announcement of the madrassa survey, several Muslim groups and opposition parties have targeted the BJP, alleging that the Yogi Adityanath government was trying to terrorize the Muslim community and that the survey was a “malicious” attempt to degrade the madrasa system. was the step.

“The BJP government has bad intentions on madrassas in Uttar Pradesh. It is unfair to try to interfere in private madrassas run by Muslim community donations in the name of survey. The government should focus on improving the condition of government and government aided madrassas. Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) President and four-time Chief Minister of UP, Mayawati said,

Prominent Muslim organizations such as the Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind and the All-India Muslim Personal Law Board have criticized the survey’s decision and asked why the same rules do not apply to Hindu religious institutions such as monasteries. Hospices. The state government has stated that the survey is being conducted in accordance with the requirements of the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights, and that the government wants to integrate the madrassa system with the modern education system.

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