Survey of madrasas is going on in Uttar Pradesh. All the leaders and Muslim organizations are raising questions on this decision of the government. At the same time, the government is claiming to provide new facilities by conducting a survey. Meanwhile, State Animal Welfare Minister Dharampal Singh told in a special conversation with Aaj Tak that the survey of Waqf property is going on. Waqf properties belong to God. God’s property cannot be sold. It is not anybody’s personal property. Action will be taken against those who tamper with the property, Minister Dharampal Singh said that those who have tampered with or tried to destroy the property of the madrasa, action will also be taken against them. Madrasas are for the education of poor children. The government is doing the work of providing education to our government children. The government minister, striving for the betterment of the children, said that children should read Urdu, Arabic and Persian, there is no problem in this. The government wants children to become IAS, IPS, doctors and engineers. That is why these efforts are being made for the betterment of the children. Efforts to modernize madrassas In the Yogi government, Minister of Minority Affairs Danish Ansari had recently said that we are conducting a survey for the betterment of madrassas. Our aim is to modernize madrasas and we are trying to do the same. Modern education is also being given along with dini training in madrasas under the Yogi government. All previous governments have used Muslims only as a vote bank. Only Modi and Yogi government have run many schemes for the welfare of minorities. Our intention is not to give bad name to madrasas. We will not run bulldozers on any madrassa. We are connecting the children of madrasas with the main stream.
‘Waqf properties belong to God… they cannot be sold’, UP minister Dharampal said on the survey of madrasas Com Auto News