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Oppose and strongly condemn the stand of the BJP led Maharashtra govt to de-affiliate the madarsa degrees and seek for its modernization

Md Arsalan, AMU Student.
I know a lot of students from Madarsa background, mostly from Dar-ul-Uloom, Deoband and Nadwa, who are pursuing different courses from AMU, JNU and Jamia. Let me frankly tell you that these students perhaps look eerie but they have sharp brains, they can memories and mug up the texts very easily, they have a strong analytical sense. Most importantly they are very down to earth people, humble, simply and doesn't woos for publicity. They are potential, laborious, studious and disciplined to the fullest. If they are provided good platform, it can be assured that these students can emerge as great Doctors, Scientists, Engineers, Lawyers, Accountants and many more.

About 2% of the Muslim population in India is pursuing education from Madaris, that too due to poverty and backward family background. Out of these 2% populace, most of them become Imams and Hafiz of the mosques and a very few among them opt for higher studies, that perhaps constitute less than 1% of the total Muslim population. Whereas, after 60s most of the Madaris were abandoned from the govt. funding and those which got also, was insufficient and pessimus. Which played an important role in degradation of the Muslim society in India as Muslims all ready were very poor and became unable to self finance the Madaris properly. This led to the exploitation of these muslims hence, creating sects among them and that is very much evident today as we can see. What the Muslims were then left with was the affiliation of the Madaris.

Now this game of the BJP of modernizing the Madaris is merely a conspiracy to enslave the Muslims, deviating them from their religion. Madaris and modern educational institution are two different things that collaboratively constitute a well equipped society.

Therefore, we must sincerely oppose and strongly condemn the stand of the BJP led Maharashtra government to de-affiliate the madarsa degrees and seek for its modernization. This type of tactics will ruin the already unconscious muslim community and is a great threat to the pluralism of this nation. Its a high time that the minority community should know the atrocities that is being done to them physically, mentally, socially and economically, otherwise the days are not far that RSS will make minorities the debt labor of this country and declare India a pure Hindu state.

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