Govt madrasas and Sanskrit schools will be closed in this state


(Deepshikha Gautam, Intern Journalist) Guwahati: Assam government says that there will no longer be wasteful of public money. The Assam government has said that there is no provision of religious education with public money. This order will also apply to Sanskrit schools in Assam. At the same time, the leader of the opposition has questioned the government’s decision. Badruddin Ajmal has said that if the government comes, the decision will be returned. Minister of Assam, Hemanta Biswa Sharma has announced that all the government madrasas in the state will be closed. She has said that there is no provision for giving religious education with public money, so government madrasas will no longer be operated.
Also, Sanskrit schools running with government help will also be closed now.
Notifications in this regard will be released next month.

On this statement of the Assam government, AIUDF chief and Lok Sabha MP Badruddin Ajmal said that if the BJP’s state government closes the government madrasas, then their government will reopen them. Assembly elections are proposed in Amas next year.
The opposition is set to make it an election issue.