419 madrasas will be investigated in Uttarakhand, Waqf Board lands will also be surveyed, committee formed at state level

In Uttarakhand, the government is going to conduct an investigation of all 419 madrassas registered with the Madrasa Board. For this a committee has been constituted at the state level. Minority Welfare Minister Chandan Ram Das shared this information in a conversation with the media.

He said that instructions have been given to all madrasas to ensure that they get recognition from the education department at the earliest. He said that there are complaints of large scale encroachment on Waqf Board lands in the state.
They will be made encroachment free by conducting a survey through the Waqf Board. If needed, giving the freed land to the industries can also be considered.

The Chief Minister had talked about conducting a survey of madrasas:
Recently, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami had talked about conducting a survey of madrassas operating in the state. Not only this, Uttarakhand Waqf Board President Shadab Shams had also insisted on conducting a survey of madrassas registered with the Waqf Board along with the Madrasa Board.
In this matter, Minority Welfare Minister Chandan Ram Das said that there are 419 madrassas under the madrasa board, out of which 192 get government help. It will be seen in the investigation whether the purpose for which the help is being given is being utilized properly or not.

Most of the madrasas have not yet taken recognition from the education department:
The cabinet minister said that most of the madrasas have not yet taken recognition from the education department. In such a situation, the children who have passed the fifth class from madrasas are not getting admission in the next class in the schools.
A committee constituted at the state level will also examine this aspect. Madrasas have been asked to seek recognition from the education department in the larger interest of the children. In this, action will be taken against the madrassas who indulge in Healahwali and misuse of government help.

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