UP News: In the politics of Uttar Pradesh, once again Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and MP from Hyderabad and AIMIM President Asaduddin Owaisi have come to the fore.
UP government gave this order
Actually, the government of Uttar Pradesh has issued an order to serve all those madrasas of the state, which have not yet been recognized by the government. Let us tell you that CM Yogi has issued orders to all the district officers for this. For information, let us tell you that after the order of CM Yogi, SDM, BSA and minority officers will be included in this all-party. Owaisi condemned this order and said that it is not a survey but a small NRC.
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Owaisi expressed his opposition by tweeting
Owaisi tweeted that all madrasas in the state are under Article-30, then why has the government issued this order? This is not a survey but a small NRC. There are also some madrasas which are under the UP madrassa board. Owaisi further said that we have got rights under Article 30 and the government cannot interfere in any way in this. They only want to harass Muslims.
Know what the minority minister Danish said
At the same time, on this whole issue, Minister of State for Minority Welfare in the UP government, Danish Azad Ansari said that under the leadership of CM Yogi, the UP government is doing a lot of work for the minority and Muslim youth of the state. On this whole issue, the minister said that the survey of those madrasas is being done so that the government can make all those madrassas digital and modern. The government wants to know how much salary is given to madrasas. What is the organization like there and what is the ground reality of madrasas. Only after this the government will take a big decision for the future.
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