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Sangareddy (Andhra Pradesh – India) | Oct 07, 2012 :: IF YOU DON’T LEARN ALLAH’S LANGUAGE (ARABIC) PROPERLY, YOU BE PUT IN CHAIN. ALLAH IS GREAT AND MERCIFUL. In an inhuman incident that has come to light, a boy was kept chained in a madrasa (Islamic seminery) in Medak town for 15 days and was forced to learn Arabic.
A 12-year-old boy was allegedly chained by authorities of a local madrasa to prevent him from escaping from the school, following which a case was registered against its management, police said on Sunday. According to Medak town police, the boy has been studying in ‘Minhaj-ul-uloom’ religious school for the past three years and had earlier made several attempts to run away from the madrasa, as he was not a quick learner and had a stammering problem.
However, he escaped with the locked chains on and knocked on the doors of a judge in the early hours of Saturday .
According to Circle Inspector L. Vijaya Kumar, the management of ‘Minhaj-ul-uloom’ religious school chained Mahaboob (12) of Sangareddy, alleging that he had often tried to run away.
On Saturday, the boy managed to climb a wall of the madrasa and jump into a neighbouring compound, which incidentally houses the quarters of senior civil judge Chandrasekhara Prasad.
Shocked on seeing the boy, the judge summoned the police, revenue and medical staff. The chain was removed immediately.
“Are we in democracy? How inhuman it is to force a young boy to get educated by chaining him?” asked Mr. Prasad.
On his direction, the police registered a case against madrasa organisers Khalil Ahammad and Moulana Barkat. The police said both of them would be arrested.
But the organisers claimed that they had chained Mahaboob only on the instructions of his parents as he was running away frequently.
The 12-year-old, however, managed to escape by jumping from the compound of the madrasa.
The police said that the madrasa management had chained the boy a few days ago to prevent him from escaping. Nonetheless, he managed to escape by jumping from the compound wall of the madrasa on Saturday and landed at a judge’s house, who informed the police about the matter.
The boy, with his legs tied with a chain, was rescued by the police, which later booked a case under IPC sections and Juvenile Justice Act against the madrasa management. Police also took into custody two teachers of the madrasa in this connection but they were later released.
Sub-Collector Bharathi Hullikeri rushed to the spot and interacted with the boy.
She has directed officials to admit the boy to the Urdu Residential School, Zaheerabad.
Unfortunately, India has not been able to set up a secular education policy for all under the state administration still after 65 years after getting its independence. In contrary, the Muslims in India have been getting the facility to run Islamic education system through Madrasa Education under the state patronage. In this favourable position in minority (Muslim) appeasement, the Muslim fundamentalists control this sub-standard Madrasa Education system only to use it as a tool of Muslim organisational strength, fanatic Islamic education of Jihad through Quran and Hadith, getting Govt. grants-in-aid and to make it an epicentre of Love Jihad (snatching non-Muslim girls by the Muslim guys by any means), if any Hindu or Non Muslims girls are admitted anyway.
Indian Mujahideen (IM), Student Islamic Movement of India (SIMI), Lashar-e-Toiba (LeT) and other banned organisations in India, primarily recruit their prospective youngsters to make the Jihadi battalion from these Madrasas by their operatives. The students come out from these madrasas are generally obstinate fundamentalists, dangerous social elements in most of the cases and sometimes brutal Jihadists.
But the endurance training in any madrasa hostel and inhumane method applied to the slow learners for the fast Jihad are now in the broad daylight.