Supreme court puts a hold on ban of UP Madrasas.

The hold now enables 16000 Madrasas in the state to continue functioning without any restriction.

The hold was enacted by the Supreme court, the pausing decision was taken by an Allahabad High Court.

Scrapping the UP board of Madrasa Education Act, 2004 .

The Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud said that the high court decision was not correct and has issued a notice to the UP and Central government and The Madrassa board.

The high court earlier declared the 2004 act as “unconstitutional” and has violated the laws of Secularism. In response, the Supreme court said that the Madrassa board is regulatory in nature and does not affect secularism.