New Delhi: The leadership of BJP has been greatly shaken by a devastating defeat in the Karnataka elections and has taken an extremely controversial step against Muslims.
According to Indian media reports, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma of Assam has announced the closure of an additional 300 schools in the province.
He stated that during a meeting between the leadership of BJP and organizations running madrasas, it was agreed to close three hundred more schools in Assam.
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According to the report, in March last year, during the elections in Assam, three hundred schools were also closed. They said that we do not want madrasas but schools, colleges, and universities.
It is clear that according to the law introduced by Chief Minister Sarma in 2020, all government-administered madrasas will be converted into regular schools. He has instructed the organizations running the schools to convert them into regular schools and provide general education to the public.
It should be noted that until January 2023, there were approximately three thousand schools in Assam, including registered and unregistered schools.