UP madrassa: Yogi government’s big decision, national anthem is mandatory in madrassas
National Anthem in Madarsas of UP: Children studying in madrasas of Uttar Pradesh will now have to sing the national anthem every day. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s government has made it mandatory to play the national anthem every day in all madrassas in the state. The Muslim community has objected to this decision of the Yogi government.
Maulana says that the national anthem is sung on 15 August and 26 January in madrasas, so what is the need to make it mandatory every day. On the other hand, the government has said that this decision is in the interest of the Muslim community.
The Yogi government has decided that it will be mandatory to sing the national anthem along with other prayers before the start of the morning studies so that the children of madrasas
To come into the mainstream of the country and create a sense of patriotism in them.
UP Madrasa Board President Dr. Iftikhar Ahmed Javed said that madrasas have started in the state from today and children have started coming to them to study. The Board will continue to work with priority to ensure that children in madrassas look like other normal school children and make a mark in the country and the world.
Iftikhar Ahmed Javed further said that modern education is also necessary along with religious education.
Narendra Modi says that Muslim children should have Quran in one hand and computer in the other. This shows his positive attitude towards the Muslim community. Taking this idea forward, the board has said that modern education along with religious education will be made compulsory for the children of madrasas from the new session. At the same time, he will sing the national anthem daily to further the spirit of nationalism.