Government not against them: UP Deputy CM justifies actions taken against unauthorised madrasas

Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya said, There is no place for the term illicit in the province . Maurya said, Those that are not recognized should be given due recognition .

(India) Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh), November 25, : Why should non-profit madrasas be allowed to function, according to Uttar Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya, who spoke to reporters on Friday.Maurya said, There is no place for the term illicit in the province.Why should madrasas be run illegally in Uttar Pradesh, according to Maurya.However, those that are not recognized should be given due recognition and meet all requirements for the same, according to Maurya, who added that claiming that those that are built on government property are illegal and that the steps taken against them are justified.Maurya continued, I think it is wrong to think or interpret this exercise from a different angle.

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