The Karnataka government is considering establishing a Madrasa Board in the state, according to Housing and Minorities Welfare Minister Zameer Ahmed Khan, who spoke at the Golden Jubilee celebrations of the Sunni Students’ Federation. He also mentioned that the government has already decided to include Kannada instruction in Madrasas.
Zameer Ahmed Khan expressed concerns about the educational disparities faced by minorities and highlighted the government’s efforts to promote education within the community. The government has reinstated scholarships for minority students, which had been discontinued during the previous BJP government. He commended the Sunni Students’ Federation for providing quality education to thousands of students over the past 50 years.
Source: Deccan Herald