Darul Uloom Deoband: The premier Islamic educational institution Darul Uloom Deoband has once again come into the limelight. In fact, the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights has now sent a notice to the DM and SP of Deoband. In this, questions have been raised on the education being given to children in Darul Uloom Deoband.
In the notice issued by the commission, it has been said that children are being taught fatwas by Darul Uloom. Children are being taught the fatwas which are available on the website. He said that it is against child rights. Even before this, it has been asked to remove these fatwas from the website and to remove them from the syllabus of the students.
The commission said that they have also received a complaint against the fatwas issued by Darul Uloom Deoband. The fatwa mentions a book called ‘Bahishti Jewar’, which is objectionable, inappropriate and illegal for children. There has also been an allegation of this fatwa being taught to children in madrassas.
Placed a new order a month ago
Let us tell you that, in June last month, during religious education in Darul Uloom Deoband, a new order was issued to the students to go out and stay away from English or other education. The institute said that religious education is affected by going abroad and studying English or other courses.
SDM team reached Darul Uloom
Earlier on Wednesday (July 19) on the instructions of the Child Protection Commission, the team of CO Ramkaran Singh, DIOS Yograj Singh, DSO Dr. Vinita, BEO Dr. Sanjay Dabral reached Darul Uloom under the leadership of SDM Sanjeev Kumar. The team met Naib Mohtamim Maulana Abdul Khaliq Madrasi and Sadr-Mudarris Maulana Arshad Madani of the organization.
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