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As soon as the madrassa poll was announced in UP, it has become a big issue of politics. From Thursday, the survey team reached the madrassas and took information on 12 points. There are more unregistered madrassas in UP than registered madrassas.
There have been different reactions from the operators and clerics about the survey of madrassas. The poll in Varanasi was described as a conspiracy to defame madrassas and Muslims. Not only this, there was a demand for investigation of Saraswati Vidya Mandir schools along with madrassas.
Maulana Azam of Shamli madrassa Nooria Talahi said, “We staff the madrassas with donations from people nearby and these are also under government surveillance.”
What is taught in these madrassas? Where does the fund come from? Dainik Bhaskar team did ground reports of 9 UP cities with questions like. What is the opinion of the clerics and muftis regarding the survey. Let me tell you…
He said in Agra: The government will also have to help
Mufti Imran Qureshi of Madrasa Darussalam in Agra has welcomed the survey. He says the government should also help madrassas.
In Agra on Thursday, the District Minority Welfare Officer conducted a survey on Madrasa Darussalam which was functioning without recognition. The team stayed at the madrasa for half an hour. The team took information from the head of the madrasa and the mufti on 12 points. Mufti Imran Qureshi of the madrasa said he has no objection to the poll.
They welcome this move by the government. But, after the poll action, the government is expected to extend support to unrecognized madrassas as well. The state of madrassas will be improved. Along with Arabic, Urdu, Computer, English and Hindi are also taught in his madrasa.
At the same time, Maulana Uzer Alam, director of Madrasa Moin-ul-Islam, says we welcome the investigation of unrecognized madrassas. I ask people not to look at this poll the wrong way, but to have good hope. He said that there is a demand from the state government that after the survey work should be done to improve the condition of madrassas.
Saraswati Vidya Mandir survey demand raised in Varanasi
Dr Nabi Jan, district secretary of the Madarise Arabiya Teachers Association, called the survey a conspiracy to defame madrassas.
A survey has been done in two madrasas in Varanasi. Regarding the poll, Dr Nabi Jan, district secretary of the Madarise Arabiya Teachers Association, said: “The poll action is a conspiracy to defame madrassas and Muslims. Why the government does not survey other educational institutions? There is no such education in these madrassas. It is given, which is anti-national. No lessons of terrorism are taught here. This survey is not necessary at all. In the name of survey, mental oppression of the Muslim society is being done. If anti-national activity is happening in any madrasa. If so, the government is free to conduct an investigation.”
After the survey, the facilities of our madrasas should also be better- Abdul Qayoom
Principal of Madrasa Islamia and Maulvi Abdul Qayoom said that it would be good if the government gives us recognition after conducting the survey.
Maulvi Abdul Qayoom, principal and director of Madrasa Islamia, Varanasi, said, “It would be good if after doing the survey, the government should give us recognition. Because our committee people didn’t get recognition. We try hard. to get recognition but It is not found. Our madrassa is not up to par. Classrooms and facilities are not that good. Donations are not collected enough to improve these systems.”
Shia Jama Masjid spokesperson and Maulvi Haji Farman Haider said, “The survey of madrassas should be done properly. Saraswati Shishu Mandir should also be surveyed. Fake teachers should be investigated . Along with Govt survey Madrasas should also be helped. Do it. There are 100-100 year old Madrasas in Banaras. There is no evidence of anti national activities here. If that happens it should had some effect on society. Terrorists do not come from where education is given.”
It is not possible to run madrassas with zakat aminuddin
Aminuddin, the founder of the Ulema Council in Varanasi, says the government should conduct a survey of madrassas. But also give help for its improvement.
Aminuddin, the founder of the Ulema Council in Varanasi, said: “The government should conduct a survey of madrassas. Why should we stop the government from its work. Those madrassas which are not recognized, are run by zakat. It is difficult to run madrassas according to the standard of zakat. It is. All madrassas should be under government criteria. Urdu is taught in the medium in madrassas. It is not the religious language of Muslims. . Born and brought up in India itself. Religious texts are taught here, but with that. Science and Hindi are all taught.”
Questions raised in the survey in Meerut as well
Former President of the Madrasa Board UP Prof. Janus Sajiddin Siddiqui said that surveying madrassas will not help much.
Regarding the survey of madrassas in Meerut, Shahar Qazi and former chairman of the UP madrassa board, Prof. Janus Sajiddin Siddiqui has raised questions. He says, “The survey conducted in madrassas will not be of much benefit. We are not opposed to the survey in madrassas, but why only the survey in madrassas of Muslims? Nothing is hidden in madrassas . It is for the betterment of madrassas. society. There is nothing in them that should be investigated.”
Janus Sajiddin said: “These are the same madrassas, which have sacrificed for the independence of the country. All religious schools there should be surveyed. We are fully ready for the investigation. We will always cooperate in the investigation.”
At the same time, Maulana Mashhud ur Rehman Shaheen of Madrasa Imdadul Islam in Meerut says that the lesson of humanity is taught in the madrasa. Therefore, the spirit of humanity and patriotism is born in the heart.
of Lucknow Nadwa Maulana said – he will answer all the questions of the government
On the survey conducted at Darul Uloom Nadwa, Lucknow, Maulna Abdul Aziz Bhatkali, Vice Principal of Nadwa said that we welcome the survey wholeheartedly. We are ready to answer whatever the government wants.
The Uttar Pradesh Madrasa District Board of Education and Administration team arrived on Thursday to conduct a survey at Darul Uloom Nadwa Madrasa.
Madrasa running with Zakat and Fitra money – Maulana
Maulana Mohsin Raza, who teaches at Al Jamiatul Ahmadiyya Madrasa, said he runs the madrasa with money from donations.
There are a total of 203 madrassas in Kannauj. Of these, only 13 are registered. All the rest are not registered. Apart from Urdu and Arabic, no other subject is taught in these madrassas. Maulana Mohsin Raza, who teaches at Al Jamiatul Ahmadiyya Madrasa, said: “It is a tradition of the Muslim religion that every person deposits 2.5 percent of his income to help the poor. The same two and a half percent of his income of people deposit in their madrassa, we do it.
Apart from this, every Muslim family takes 2 kg 40 grams of grains as Fitra for the needs of their society. Madarsa also receives a lot of food grains through Fitra. With which the task of imparting education and other educations to children is done.
They mostly depend on donations to run Madrasa – Maulvi Shamshad
Madrasa Arabiya Azizul Uloom is run by Maulvi Shamshad Khan.
Maulvi Shamshad Khan, who teaches at the Arabiya Azizul Uloom madrassa, located in Saidraja town in Chandauli district, said: “50 to 60 local children study in the madrassa. Some children are from outside, so his stay is also here.Etc available only in the madrasa.We mostly depend on donations to run the madrasa.The local people, common people or the zakat we receive during Ramzan.This is how the madrasa is run.
Right move by the government Masiullah Faizi
Mohd Masiullah Faizi, Acting Principal of Madrasa Arabiya Faizul Uloom Madrasa.
Mohammad Masiullah Faizi, the acting principal of Madrasa Arabiya Faizul Uloom Madrasa in Muhammadabad Gohna, Mau, said the government is investigating the madrassas. Do well, it should be. But modern teachers appointed by central government are not getting salary for almost 5 years. Because of this it has become difficult to earn a living and teach students.