Special Investigation Team Identified 13,000 illegal Madarsas in UP and Recommended for Shutdown

In a groundbreaking development, the Special Investigation Team (SIT) has delivered its verdict to the Uttar Pradesh government, advocating for the closure of around 13,000 madarsas across the state. The SIT’s exhaustive inquiry unearthed these madarsas’ clandestine operations, coupled with an inability to justify their financial sources.

Interestingly, a significant number of these institutions are strategically positioned near the Nepal border, predominantly in districts such as Maharajganj, Shravasti, and Bahraich. The SIT’s meticulous scrutiny into the financial underpinnings of these madarsas revealed a glaring lack of transparency in their fiscal records.

Each of the aforementioned districts, housing roughly 500 such madarsas, underscores the widespread nature of this issue. Furthermore, adjacent districts also host additional similar institutions, exacerbating the scope of the matter.

In the wake of the SIT’s revelatory findings, the onus now falls on the Madarsa Board to initiate requisite measures against these rogue establishments operating outside the bounds of legality.

It’s worth noting that the formation of the SIT by the UP government last year was prompted by concerns surrounding the inflow of foreign funds to madarsas within the state.

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