‘Celebrate Independence Day with Traditional Pomp and Gaiety’: Govt Advice to UP Madrasas
The Uttar Pradesh Board of Madrasa Education has issued an advisory to all madrasas in the state to celebrate Independence Day with traditional fervour, but the missive has not gone down well with the representative teachers’ body. There are 16,461 madrasas in Uttar Pradesh.
“You should direct all madrasas in your divisions and districts to celebrate Independence Day with traditional pomp and gaiety,” said a letter sent by the board’s registrar SN Pandey.
The letter, sent to all deputy directors of minority department and district minority welfare officers on Wednesday, also asked madarsas to pay tributes to martyrs and acquaint students with contribution of freedom fighters.…
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