The government has directed that the property of the Waqf Board will be inspected within a month in all the districts. The government has written a letter to all the commissioners and DMs.
New Delhi: The controversy regarding the survey of madrasas in UP did not stop in the meantime the UP government has taken another big decision. The Yogi government has ordered an inquiry into the properties of the Waqf Board. The government has directed that the property of the Waqf Board will be investigated within a month in all the districts.
The government has written a letter to all the commissioners and DMs and the state government has received such input that illegal occupation of Waqf Board property is going on, so this decision has been taken to investigate the same.
However, so far no response has been given by the Waqf Board on this decision of the government, as there is a ruckus going on regarding the survey of madrasas, in such a situation there may be a ruckus on this order as well. If we talk about the controversy of the survey, then on August 31, the Yogi government decided to conduct a survey of madrassas in UP. It was revealed that there are a total of 16,461 madrassas in UP, but only 560 are registered.
For this reason, it was decided to conduct a survey of all madrasas. It was argued that through this an attempt will be made to know how many students are there in madrasas, how many teachers are there and what facilities are being provided there.
In Kanpur, this process has also been started. There, a total of 23 such madrasas have come to the fore which are being told as unauthorized. Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind is not much satisfied with these claims.
Arshad Madani says about this that some communal forces have done the work of spreading hatred in the country. The role of the government in this whole matter has become such that whenever the plan comes, the Muslim society starts feeling that it has come to ruin them.
On the other hand, Muslim religious leader Kalbe Jawad said that we do not agree with the survey of the madrasa. There should not be one side survey. The mafia and the government are in possession of 70 per cent of the Waqf Board. Indira Bhawan is occupied by the Waqf Board.
Only 30% of the land is with the Waqf. If the government gets rid of the illegitimate occupation, then it is fine, but only after surveying the Muslims and seeing the land, then there is no use. No one will be able to get the waqf land vacated forcibly and if someone wants to live there, the government will know about taking rent.
Regarding the survey, AIMIM leader Aseem Waqar said that Yogi Adityanath has issued a new decree. Waqar said that earlier you did not send the chairman of the Waqf Board to jail on corruption charges.
He said that Muslims are being harassed in the name of investigation. Sometimes investigation of madrasas and sometimes an investigation of Muslims. This is a unilateral action. He said that there are trusts of big Dharamshala and temples, that should also be investigated.