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Madrasas must cooperate with govt in probe: Darul Uloom


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Deoband (UP): For the betterment of madrassas in Uttar Pradesh, Darul Uloom Deoband, the Center for Islamic Education, on Sunday called upon the madrasa operators to cooperate in the work of investigation of unrecognized madrassas by the Yogi government.

In an important meeting of Darul Uloom and madrasa operators in Deoband of Saharanpur district, all madrasa operators were asked to cooperate fully with the state government and administration in the investigation. So that if there is any deficiency or defect in the madrasas, it can be rectified as soon as possible in time.

All aspects related to the issue of investigation of madrassas were discussed in a meeting which lasted for two hours Sunday morning at Rashidiya Masjid in Darul Uloom.

It was told in the meeting that there is nothing objectionable in the survey of madrasas issued on the instructions of the Uttar Pradesh government. In the meeting, Sadar Mudarrish Maulana Arshad Madani and Mohtamim Mufti Abul Qasim Nomani gave their views on this issue.

Describing the role of madrasas in the freedom movement as important, Maulana Madani said madrassas have made a great contribution in the development of Islamic education in independent India.

It was decided in the meeting that the director of the madrasa should present all the necessary proofs of land ownership and building construction maps before the inquiry committee.

Make good arrangements for electricity, water, food, sanitation, environment, toilets, furniture among others.

The director of the madrasa should do the work of giving all the information to the inquiry committee. Don’t hide anything and if there is any defect, give assurance to rectify it as soon as possible.

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