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Uttar Pradesh: Shaukat Ali was running madrassa in the name of coaching institute, had non-Muslim students too

“Uttar Pradesh: Police arrest one Shaukat Ali for running madrassa in the name of coaching institute”, Opindia, June 25, 2023:

“On Friday (June 23), the police arrested a man for running a madrassa in the garb of a coaching centre in the Deepak Vihar locality in Khoda in the Ghaziabad district of Uttar Pradesh.

As per reports, the accused was identified as Shaukat Ali. He ran an unregistered coaching centre named ‘Future Track’ and would teach Islamic scriptures to students.

A police complaint was filed against him by local residents in January this year for a similar offence, following which he closed down the coaching centre. Recently, he reopened the centre and began running a madrassa from the coaching institute.

Reportedly, Shaukat Ali was also using the coaching centre to offer community prayers, despite the fact the institute was being attended by students of other Faiths….”

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