Up madrasa survey News
Madrasa Survey: NCPCR's entry in investigation of madrasas, recommendation for mapping of unmapped madrasas
The first round of the politics which started about three months ago regarding the survey of madrassas in UP has been completed today. The complete account of all the madrassas in 75 districts has now reached the UP government. The survey of madrassas was started from Assam. Three madrasas were demolished with bulldozers. After that, claims were also made in UP that the survey of madrassas is necessary so that it can be seen whether they have any terror link. The complete survey has been done, so the question is what wrong was found in the madrasas?
Nearly a month ago, UP Minority Welfare Minister Dharmpal Singh had said that a total of 6,436 unrecognized madrasas in the state have been identified and that the survey of 5,170 madrasas has been completed. "The data of the survey will be made available to the government by November 15, 2022, by the district magistrate. The last date has been extended as some reports were not received," the minister said.
The survey work of madrasas in Uttar Pradesh has been completed. It has been found in this survey that about 8000 madrasas are unrecognized in Uttar Pradesh.. While Maulana Arshad Madani has said on the survey that 'government help is not needed'. On the other hand, Samajwadi Party MLA from Aligarh Nawab Khan Jan has said that The government is pretending and deceiving.
The politics regarding the survey of non-government madrasas is getting intensified. A former Samajwadi Party MLA even went as far as to say that if he tried to ban madrassas, there would be madrassas from house to house. AIMIM supremo Asaduddin Owaisi has called it a small NRC. Bahujan Samaj Party president Mayawati even accused both the Congress and the BJP of insulting madrassas.
The survey work of madrasas in Uttar Pradesh has been completed. The survey report will be handed over to the concerned department by November 15. According to the information, it has come to the fore in the report that 7,500 unrecognized madrasas are operating in different districts. These madrasas can be locked soon. UP Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya has said that action is taken against not only illegal madrasas but also primary schools if they are run. In such a situation, the big question is that if everything is fine in madrasas, then why avoid the truth of the survey?
UP Madrasa Survey is still under process but politics has not ended yet on the same. Education Minister of Uttar Pradesh expressed his views on the closure of illegal madrassas. While Bihar BJP has raised the demand for Madrasa Survey In Bihar too. In the coming days, the demand for madrasa survey can also arise in other states.