UP News: Uttar Pradesh’s Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Secondary Education Gulab Devi said on Friday that corruption will not be allowed in education and if there is an inquiry into madrasas, so will the schools. Meerut Speaking to reporters at Circuit House, Devi, who came in for departmental review, said, “Corruption will not be allowed in education. Be it a school or a madrasa, both are equal. If there is an inquiry into the madrasas, then the schools will also be there.
Responding to a question, he said that any madrassa which has taken government grant in a fraudulent manner is being investigated. The minister said, “The government is serious about the rejuvenation of secondary schools. in schools CBSE On the lines of English medium, preparations are being made for teaching and learning. Along with this, sports and other creative activities are also being promoted. He said, “Work will be done for the development of education in government schools. Like private schools, full facilities will also be provided in government schools.
State BJP governments were after madrassas: AIMPLB
Meanwhile, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) has expressed concern over the alleged targeting of madrassas by the BJP-led central and state governments. The board alleged that the BJP governments in the states were after madrassas. The board asked why the same rules were not applicable to other religious institutions like mathas, gurukuls and dharamshalas. AIMPLB general secretary Maulana Khalid Saifullah Rehmani in a statement alleged that the governments at the Center and some states of a party influenced by RSS were taking a negative attitude towards minorities, especially the Muslim community.
“When a party influenced by a particular ideology comes to power, it is expected that its approach will be fair and within the ambit of the Constitution,” he said. But has underlined the importance of law and order, but the attitude of various state governments led by BJP is opposite.
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