J&K Orders Cessation of Academic Activities in Jamaat-Affiliate’s Schools


SRINAGAR — The Jammu and Kashmir government ordered on Tuesday cessation of academic activities in all schools run by the ‘Falah-e-Aam’ trust, an affiliate of the local Jamaat-e-Islami.

An order issued by Principal Secretary, School Education Department, B.K. Singh said that all academic activities in schools across J&K run by the ‘Falah-e-Aam’ trust shall cease immediately.

The local Jamaat-e-Islami organisation has already been banned by the J&K government.

The order issued on Tuesday also said: “All the students studying in these banned institutions shall admit themselves to nearby government schools for current academic session, i.e, 2021-2022. All CEOs / Principals/ZEOs shall facilitate the admission of these students.”

Sources in the administration said there are around a dozen schools upto the 10 plus 2 level which are run by Falah-e-Aam trust.

In addition, there are dozens of other schools at the primary and the middle level which will be affected by this order. — IANS

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