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Assam CM Himanta Sarma wants to reduce no of Madrasas in state

Assam CM Himanta Sarma wants to reduce no of Madrasas in state

Guwahati: Himanta Biswa Sarma, the chief minister of Assam, stated on Saturday that the state's government wants to start registering madrassas and restrict the number of them.

The Assam Chief Minister said during a news conference, "We want to reduce the number of Madrasas in the state in the first phase."

"We want to put general education in Madrasas and start a system of registration in Madrasas," he added.

He added that they are assisting the minority community and working with them.

"We are working with the community on this and they are also helping the Assam government," he said, ANI reported.

Bhaskar Jyoti Mahant, the director general of police (DGP) for Assam, stated earlier on Tuesday that discussions for reforming madrasas in the state were in progress.

The Assam DGP remarked during a press briefing on Monday in Guwahati, "Madrasas are running properly in Assam. Today, we interacted with 68 people running madrasas."

He said they discussed merging small madrasas with the bigger ones.

"Discussions were also held on how to bring about further reforms to madrasas, set rules and form boards. We also talked about merging small madrasas with bigger ones," he said.

He added that surveys were being conducted in this direction.

"About 100 small madrasas have merged with the big ones. Surveys are also being done in this direction," he added.

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