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UP’s Madarsa Act survived! Supreme Court gives relief to 17 lakh Muslim students

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New Delhi: For the time being, education in madrasas will continue under the Madrasa Board Act of 2004. Senior advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi on behalf of UP Madarsa Board said that many gurukuls are also famous today. If they are doing good work, should we stop them and say this is Hindu religious teaching?
The Supreme Court has given great relief to 17 lakh students of 25 thousand madrasas in Uttar Pradesh. The Allahabad High Court has stayed the Allahabad High Court’s decision in the UP Madarsa Act 2004 case. The Supreme Court has imposed an interim stay on the Allahabad High Court’s decision in which the Act was declared unconstitutional. Along with this, the court has given notice to the parties i.e. Madarsa Board, UP Government and Central Government and sought a reply by 30 June 2024.

For the time being, education in madrasas will continue under the Madrasa Board Act of 2004. The SC said in its order that the Allahabad High Court’s decision is prima facie not correct. because
The High Court is not right in saying that it is a violation of secularism. The UP government itself defended the Act in the High Court. The High Court had declared the 2004 Act as unconstitutional. The Supreme Court issued notice to the government and others in this matter.
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The Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court had declared the UP Board of Madrasa Education Act 2004 as unconstitutional. This order was challenged in the Supreme Court. A bench of Chief Justice DY Chandrachud, Justice JB Pardiwala and Justice Manoj Mishra is hearing a petition challenging the Allahabad High Court’s decision to repeal the UP Madarsa Act. During the hearing in the Supreme Court on Friday, the court asked the UP government whether we should assume that the state has defended the law in the High Court?
On behalf of the Uttar Pradesh government, ASG KM Nataraj said that we had defended it in the High Court.

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