Yogi government started Madrasa survey campaign in Uttar Pradesh, know why this is being done – न्यूज़लीड India

Yogi government started Madrasa survey campaign in Uttar Pradesh, know why this is being done


This information was sought in Madrasa survey campaign?

12 questions are being asked from madrasa operators. The survey of madrasas is being done only on the basis of answers to 12 questions. The survey has sought information about the organization running the madrasa, the year it was established, whether it is operating from a privately owned or rented building, if the building is safe and has pure drinking water, furniture and other facilities. Questions like whether or not the number of teachers, students and staff, what is the curriculum, and whether students from these institutions were previously enrolled in some other institutions, where the funding comes from, will be asked to the madrasa operators.

The government told why it is conducting this survey

The government told why it is conducting this survey

The government has said that the objective of the madrassa survey campaign is to collect data to ensure that students are provided with modern facilities. At the same time, action will be taken against all those involved in illegal activities. Deputy Chief Minister Brajesh Pathak said on Monday, we want everyone’s cooperation, everyone’s welfare. But at the same time no one involved in any illegal activity will be spared.

'Why does the government want to know about the source of our funding...?'

‘Why does the government want to know about the source of our funding…?’

A madrassa teacher from Saharanpur district said, “Why do they (government) want to know the source of our funding? We take money from people, nothing from the government and still, why do they want to know about funding? Let us tell you that Darul-Uloom Deoband, the main Islamic seminary in Saharanpur is located. A meeting of madrasa owners has been called by Jamiat-e-Ulema-e-Hind in Deoband on 24th September to decide on the next step Can you

'It smells of some kind of prejudice...'

‘It smells of some kind of prejudice…’

Another madrassa owner asked, requesting anonymity, “Two things could happen that smacks of some sort of bias, if not dishonesty. The surveyors want us to disclose our source of income and whether the madrasa was affiliated with any NGO? Why is the source of income important and how does it matter which NGO the madrasa is affiliated with, as long as the government does not find any illegal activity.

The report of the Madrasa survey has to be submitted to the government by October 5

The report of the Madrasa survey has to be submitted to the government by October 5

The ruling party BJP has tasked its minority wing to reach out to the madrasa owners and address such concerns. The first outreach initiative has already taken place in Bijnor and the second is being planned in Lucknow. By October 5, the madrassa survey teams have to submit the reports to the district administration officials, who will submit them to the district magistrates by October 10-15. After which the report will be submitted to the state government by October 25.

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