Darul Uloom-UP Madrasa Survey: Darul Uloom Deoband was also not recognized by the UP Madrasa Board in the survey of madrasas of Uttar Pradesh, while registered under the Societies Act
Deoband, Saharanpur: Darul Uloom-UP Madrasa Survey– On the instructions of the state government of Uttar Pradesh, a survey of madarsas of the state was done. In which till now 360 madrasas of Saharanpur district have been received without any help from the government. At the same time, the 156-year-old Madrasa Darul Uloom located in Deoband is also not registered with the UP Madrasa Board, but is registered under the Societies Act, according to the survey report. Be aware that Darul Uloom was established long before the independence of the country, and Darul Uloom played an important role in making the country independent.
Let us inform that after the order of the Uttar Pradesh government, Saharanpur District Magistrate Akhilesh Singh had also given instructions to conduct a survey of the unaided madrasas of the district. The survey has been started by forming a team at the tehsil level. The survey work started in the district on September 10. Sadar tehsil of Saharanpur has the largest number of unaided madrasas. And the least aided madrasas have been found in Behat tehsil. (Darul Uloom-UP Madrasa Survey)
According to the Saharanpur district administration, “So far more than 360 such madrasas have been found in the district, which are without assistance from the government. Sadar tehsil has maximum 123 madrasas. While the least madrasas have been found in Behat tehsil. However, survey is going on in Behat tehsil. Officials say that the number of madrassas in Behat tehsil is expected to increase. (Darul Uloom-UP Madrasa Survey)
In this regard, Saharanpur District Magistrate Akhilesh Singh says that “So far 360 such madrasas have been detected, which are not aided by the government. Darul Uloom is also one of them, but is registered under Darul Uloom Societies Act. Hence Darul Uloom”. With regard to Uloom. Let it be said that it is illegal.” He said that there is confusion among the people regarding the survey. (Darul Uloom-UP Madrasa Survey)
However, District Magistrate Saharanpur said that “the purpose of the survey is to find out how many madrasas are getting help from the government. Till then.” cannot be said to be illegal, unless it is confirmed that the source of assistance received by them is not justified.”