Lucknow News reports that notices will be issued to many madrassas of the state next week regarding the investigation into the foreign funding case. The first meeting of the SIT (Special Investigation Team) formed in this regard is likely to be held on Wednesday. In this meeting, the outline of the investigation will be decided, from where it should be started and in how many phases it will be completed.

State Bureau, Lucknow. Notices investigating foreign funding will be sent to several religious schools in the state next week. The first meeting of the SIT (Special Investigation Team) formed in this connection is likely to be held on Wednesday. In this meeting, the outline of the investigation will be decided, from where it should be started and in how many phases it will be completed.

After this, the madrassas will be sent notices asking them to produce relevant documents to confirm the money received.

On the instructions of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, a three-member special investigation team was formed on Saturday, headed by Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) Deputy Director General Mohit Aggarwal Sarva. SP Cyber ​​Crime Professor Triveni Singh and Director of Minority Welfare Department J Reebha have been included as members in the SIT.

The Ministry of Ethnic Minority Welfare has launched an investigation

Some time ago, the Ministry of Minority Welfare had investigated the foreign funding and sources of income of religious schools, but no specific facts were found. The SIT will also start investigation after studying the investigation of the Minority Welfare Department.

In this regard, the department head will also inform about the status of the old investigation in the SIT meeting. That is why he was also included in the SIT. Apart from this, the department also has many other information related to religious schools, which is very important in this investigation.

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Currently, there are 16,513 recognized religious schools and 8,500 unrecognized religious schools in the state. Over the past few years, most religious schools have opened in areas bordering Nepal. The SIT will try to include only those religious schools which receive foreign funding in the first phase of investigation. Where and on what activities he spent the money will be an important part of the investigation.