প্রকাশিত তারিখ : February 13, 2020 | আপডেট সময়: 11:00 AM
The Assam government of India is shutting down authorities madrassas and way of life centers there. Within the subsequent six months, the institutions could be transformed to preferred schools.
Indian media suggested Thursday (February seventh), bringing up Education Minister Hemant Biswas Sharma, the BJP-led kingdom government. Civil society has been criticizing the decision to shut spiritual institutions that have been in location for decades.
Education Minister Hemanta defended the BJP government’s choice, announcing that teaching youngsters inclusive of faith, scripture and Arabic isn’t the paintings of any secular authorities.
The media says that further to the madrasas, the Culture Center Board turned into merged with the Board of Secondary Education on the 21st. This time, the BJP authorities are absolutely shutting down.
Education Minister Hemant said that there are about one hundred twenty madrasas and 25 cultures without any independent board. Many troubles rise up as college students of these institutions also get matriculation or equal certificates of better secondary. That is why we’re reworking these madrasas and culture facilities into fashionable colleges.
And the 2,000 non-public madrasas within the state are also being added below strict guidelines, Education Minister stated.
The BJP government’s selection to shut Madrasa has been strongly criticized in various parts of India, which include Assam. Minority community rights groups say the choice was made from a Muslim-hatred mentality.
Earlier, the controversial civic body NRC became posted in Assam because the first country of India The listing is used to differentiate ‘intruders’ from the so-referred to as ‘center populace’. But protest towards this list goes on throughout India along with Assam.
Protesters say the BJP government has made such a communal list for the sake of minorities, which include Muslims.