The bill to close all government madrasas and Sanskrit schools in Assam will be introduced in the state assembly today, the three-day winter session of the Assam assembly is starting from today.
There are 610 government madarsas in Assam on which the state government spends 260 crores every year. There are two types of madrasas in Assam, one run by government recognized and the other run by private organizations.
A bill will be introduced in the winter session of the state assembly today after the Assam cabinet approved the proposal to close all government madrasas and Sanskrit schools.
Hemant Biswa Sarma said in a tweet that he will introduce a bill on madrasas in the assembly, after this, government madrasas in the state will cease to operate.
There are 610 government madrassas in Assam.
According to Education Minister Hemant Biswa that there are 610 government madrassas in Assam and the government spends 260 crore rupees per year on these institutions, the state madrasa education board Assam will be dissolved, all government madrasas will be converted into high schools and New enrollment for existing students will be like regular students.
BJP leader said- private madrasas will not be closed
According to the Minister of Education, the structure of Sanskrit schools will be used as teaching and refinement centers of Indian culture, civilization and nationalism, senior BJP leader and Assembly Deputy Speaker Aminul Haq Lashkar said that private madrasas will not be closed. ,
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