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New Delhi: Union Finance and Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the General Budget in Parliament today. While the ruling party praised it, the opposition criticized it, but in today’s budget, the budget of the Ministry of Minority Affairs has been reduced. It was also observed that less than half of last year’s budget was spent. While the madrasa teacher scheme was transferred from the Central Ministry of Education to the Central Ministry of Minorities, the danger of closing the madrasa teacher renewal scheme was clearly visible as the budget was almost gone. When Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the budget in Parliament today, everyone expected inflation and tax relief from her. A new income tax slab was introduced by the finance minister and tax relief was given directly on income up to Rs 7 million.

However, the budget of the Ministry of Labor was met with disappointment. The budget of the Ministry of Minority Affairs has been reduced to Rs 3,097 crore this time, compared to Rs 5,020 crore in 2022-23. Surprisingly, the Ministry of Minority Affairs has managed to spend less than half of the proposed budget of Rs 2,612 crore in 2022-23. Questions have been raised about the closure of the pre-election scholarship and the Maulana Azad Azad National Scholarship, but this time the budget has seen the budget for the skill development scheme reduced from Rs 235 crore to just Rs 10 lakh, while the new Floor Plan is also in the budget of 46 crores to 10 lakhs was tight and limited.

In addition, the budget of the Ustad plan has also decreased from 47 million to 10 million, while the Maulana Azad Educational Foundation is also on the verge of closure. Because the budget of Maulana Azad Education Foundation is only one million rupees. In addition, the budget of the Prime Minister’s Social Development Program was reduced from 1650 million to 600 million.

The plan to modernize the madrasa is threatened with closure

The modernization of the Qari madrasa, which is related to the teachers of the madrasas, now the fear of unemployment of 50 thousand people who work for it has come to the fore. The budget of this education project has also been reduced from 160 million rupees to 10 million rupees. Because only in the state of Uttar Pradesh, according to this scheme, about 30 thousand teachers were working to teach modern subjects to madrasah children. They have already had to protest for many years because of their low wages. However, teachers in Uttar Pradesh alone need a budget of Rs 295 crore to pay their annual salaries. In fact, the scheme was closed last year when the budget for the scheme was reduced to just Rs 56 crore in the revised budget.

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Uttar Pradesh MP ST Hassan raised questions about the budget cuts

After the issue of budget cuts, Muslim members of the assembly made many accusations against the government. Member of Parliament ST Hasan of the Samajwadi government from Moradabad has expressed displeasure over the huge cut in the Madrasa Teacher Modernization Scheme budget. Speaking to News18, he said that the government wants to close the scheme. ST Hasan said that Prime Minister Modi said that we want Muslims to have Quran in one hand and computer in the other hand, but they are not doing what they say, this government does not want to educate Muslims and wants Muslim minorities. . extraordinary work.

Published by:Imtiaz Saqib

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