UP: CM Yogi asks madarsas to record I-Day celebrations on camera

UP: CM Yogi asks madarsas to record I-Day celebrations on camera

UP: CM Yogi asks madarsas to record I-Day celebrations on camera

The madarsa authorities will also have to click photographs of their celebration of the Independence Day and send the same to the madarsa board office. Students are also asked to sing songs based on nationalism. As per a circular of the Registrar of UP Madarsa Education Board issued earlier this month, all recognized state-funded madarsas that on Independence Day, flag hoisting and recitation of National Anthem will take place at 8 am. Following this, tributes will be paid to martyrs of India's freedom struggle. The students will also have to pay tributes to freedom fighters on the occasion.The madrasa students will have to sing patriotic songs and take part in sports events on Independence Day, the celebrations of which must end with the distribution of candies among all.The order, which makes photography and videography of the event mandatory, says that visual proof will help the board in encouraging participants so that they can put up a better show in the future.The order was issued by registrar of UP Madrasa Shiksha Parishad, Rahul Gupta , As Reported By Hindustan Times. The programmes will conclude with the distribution of candies, says the circular. The entire function has to be videographed.

Madhya Pradesh Madarsa Board on Friday issued an advisory to Madarsas to hoist the national flag on Independence Day.

At present, around there are 8,000 recognised madrasas in UP of these, 560 are fully aided by the state. Sources said that in the past, some madrasas had argued that their students know only Urdu and were not fluent in Hindi.

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The madarsas have also been asked to pay tribute to freedom fighters and organise cultural programmes. Gwalior madrasa manager S. Khan said the madrasas in MP had been celebrating Independence Day and Republic Day and also, other occasions of national importance. While photography has been done in the past, videography will be done for the first time this year. The programme should be concluded by candies distribution among the students.

He said that the order had nothing to do with a similar diktat of the Yogi Adityanath's government in Uttar Pradesh to madrassas in the state to videograph the I-Day celebrations.

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