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Upendra Bharti | HENB | New Delhi | Aug 29, 2021:: In CM Yogi Adityanath’s Uttar Pradesh, 5 thousand madrasas (Islamic seminaries/schools) have been closed in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh. As per reports+, these madrassas were running against the standards, so the Minority Commission closed them. UP Minorities Commission member Suresh Jain has given this information in a press conference yesterday in Meerut. He informed that five thousand madrasas have been closed in UP. These madrasas were running against the standards, so these have been closed by the commission. From other sources it is derived that these madrasas failed on basic norms like building, infrastructure, teachers, standardized syllabus, mid day meal, health and hygiene etc.
Suresh Jain Rituraj informed that even after uploading the total accounts of the recognized madrasas of Uttar Pradesh in the respective portal, five thousand madrasas were found to be running against the standards, due to which they were closed immediately. The closure of these madrasas has also resulted in an annual saving of Rs 100 crore. Rituraj said that a new portal of Madrasa Education Board has been set up. It is mandatory for all madrasas to upload details in this portal.
But, the UP Minority Commission Borad member Suresh Jain Rituraj failed to clarify how such a huge numbers madrasas could have been existed in only in Meerut region or the 5000 madrassas are included various parts of Uttar Pradesh. Meerut is a city in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The city lies 70 km northeast of the national capital New Delhi, and 453 km northwest of the state capital Lucknow. The Meerut district includes 662 villages, 17 urban bodies, 30 Police Stations and the Meerut city itself which is unable to bear 5000 madrasas in reality and maximum of those are must be non existent.
Rituraj said that the syllabus of madrasas has also been revised. The board found that forgery and fraud have been committed in many places. Legal action has also been taken against 10 people in Meerut in this regard. He said that keeping in view the minorities, the government is running many welfare programs. Apart from madrasas, efforts are also being made to benefit the Jain and Sikh communities and many other classes of religious educational institutions. Many Gurukuls of Jain society are established, so they should also get this facility.
Suresh Jain Rituraj also informed that 7266 beneficiaries of last year 2020-21 were given grants in daughter marriage among the minority communities. Meanwhile, a proposal of ₹ 500 per month pension for women suffering from three divorces is in process. Suresh Jain Rituraj was holding a press conference to review the minority welfare schemes.
Earlier, UP govt stopped grants to 46 madrasas for violating ‘teaching standards’ in 2017. In the poll bound Uttar Pradesh, such action against Madrasas gave a space to the opposition who can’t tolerate the ‘Hindutva Poster Boy of Uttar Pradesh’, Yogi Adityanath and his ‘No Minority Appeasement Policy’.
As a matter of fact, breeding of Jihadi (read Talibani) education inside the Madrasas is an all time security threat against India. Mosque -Madrasa combination is always active against the ‘Hindu Dominance’ in India.
Globally, Madrasas are the workshops and research houses for the application of Islamic Terrorism as encapsulated in The Quran, now explicitly known as the ‘Handbook of Jihad’.
__Inputs from Navbharat, Indian Express & Agencies