Madarsa Survey: On the lines of UP, there will be a survey in Uttarakhand too. CM Yogi | CM Dhami

Publish Date: 13 Sep, 2022 |
 

On the lines of Uttar Pradesh, now the survey of madrasas will be done in Uttarakhand also. On Tuesday, CM Dhami gave information about this in a conversation with reporters from the Secretariat. He said that complaints are being received continuously regarding the activities of madrasas, in such a situation, they should be investigated, for this, survey action will be taken keeping a close watch on madrasas.

Shadab Shams makes statement regarding the madrasas

Discussion started on the survey of madrasas in Uttarakhand recently. Shadab Shams, chairman of the Uttarakhand Wakf Board, made a big statement about madrassas. In this, it has been said to conduct a survey of 103 madrasas of the state. Actually, these madrasas come under the purview of the Waqf Board. Grants are given to these madrasas by the government. 

It is said that there are more than 500 madrasas in the state. In these madrasas, the government can get the situation reviewed. After the statement of CM Dhami, it has become clear that work is going in this direction at the level of the government. Before the Lok Sabha elections 2024, this campaign can heat up the political atmosphere in Uttarakhand.

Illegal occupation of property

Shadab Shams says that illegal occupation of Waqf Board property is happening on a large scale in the state, on which bulldozers will be run soon. For this, a proposal will be brought in the meeting of the Waqf Board on September 15 and a demand will be made from the government to remove the illegal encroachments on the properties of the Waqf Board and run bulldozers on them. The survey of madrasas is going on in Uttar Pradesh and those madrasas are being identified, they are being run illegally and without recognition.

 

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