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UP Govt Move to Survey Madrassas ‘malicious attempt’ to Disparage Education System: Jamiat

The move by the government of Uttar Pradesh to investigate madrassas in the state is a malicious attempt to discredit this education system, the Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind said on Tuesday, claiming the Islamic seminaries at the expense of to defend everything. It announced the launch of a madrassa helpline in case one of them encounters problems, and set up a steering committee to investigate the matter after a meeting of madrassa rectors held to assess the implications of the state government’s decision. . More than 200 madrassa representatives, including those from prestigious seminaries such as Darul Uloom in Deoband, Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama, Lucknow, Mazahir Uloom, Saharanpur and others attended the meeting’s theme, which was the protection of madrassas, the Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind, a prominent Muslim socio-religious group, said in a statement.

Concerns were raised at the meeting about the (UP) government’s retrograde mentality, which, through a combative approach, is causing confusion and fear among the population and erecting a barrier of mistrust between the communities, the Muslim group said. The meeting noted that such behavior by the state government is completely unacceptable and must stop as the madrassas continue to benefit the nation by educating young people from disadvantaged backgrounds and making efforts to reach 100 percent national literacy rates. Graduates of Madrassa are becoming sincere and patriotic citizens of the nation, the meeting emphasized. In fact, it is malicious to refer to madrassa as not adhering to the government system. It is essential to respond with a reasonable approach, the Jamiat quoted its President Maulana Mahmood Asad Madani as saying during the meeting.

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Madrasahs are very auspicious. This system, provided to us by our elders, is unmatched worldwide, so it will be protected at all costs, he said. The government of Uttar Pradesh last week announced a survey of unrecognized madrassas in the state to gather information on, among other things, the number of teachers, curriculum and basic services available there. The Jamiat said the 12-point survey questionnaire to be used by the UP government was discussed at the meeting, while a powerpoint presentation provided a thorough explanation of the purpose and scope of the study. In the discussion, it was agreed that the laws and rules of the madrassa system needed internal revision, it added.

The meeting approved a three-point action plan, which includes steps to remedy any legal deficiencies in the madrassas’ internal systems as soon as possible and establish a helpline with a dedicated team ready to assist the madrassas. in the paper shop. Under the three-point action plan, steps are being taken to support madrassas in providing modern education under the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) or some other form. Religious seminaries are a sore spot for common forces. So we must be aware of their motives, the statement quoted Maulana Arshad Madani, who heads a faction of Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind, as saying at the meeting. At the meeting, Jamiat Secretary Maulana Niaz Ahmad Farooqui gave a pivotal presentation on the current attacks on madrassas in many states and their solutions.

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