5 Apr 2024

Supreme Court stays High Court's decision declaring Madarsa Board in UP unconstitutional; what AIMPLB said?

The Supreme Court has stayed the decision of the Allahabad High Court declaring the Madasa Board in UP unconstitutional. In its decision of March 22, the High Court had declared the 'UP Board of Madrasa Education Act 2004' as unconstitutional.

In the hearing held on Friday, the Supreme Court said, the conclusion of Allahabad High Court that the establishment of Madarsa Board is a violation of the principles of secularism cannot be correct.

Also, the Supreme Court issued notice on the appeals challenging the March 22 order of the High Court.

The Supreme Court says that the High Court's decision will affect 17 lakh students and believes that it is not appropriate to direct the students to transfer to another school.

All India Muslim Personal Law Board's response

Maulana Khalid Rashid Farangi Mahali, member of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB), said, we welcome this decision. About 17 lakh students are getting education under Madarsa Board in UP. Thousands of students, teachers and other employees are involved in this. This was a big question mark on their future, which created problem for those imvolved. Today's decision is a positive decision.

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