Zakir Naik’s Islamic International School operating illegally, says Mumbai civic body
Mumbai: The education department of the Mumbai Civic Corps said the International Islamic School (IIS) preacher Zakir Naik, controversial works without permission.
The education inspector in the south of Mumbai, in the Brihanmumbai municipality of Chavan Chavan, in a letter published yesterday, said that no school can not function without the NOC certificate of non-objection () local director of the organ, such as Defines in the provisions of the Law of 2009, the right to education.
It is also mentioned in the letter that parents should not send their children to IIS.
However, it was not clear if the school had the NOC.
Meanwhile, MP Samajwadi, Abu Asim Azmi, who has just returned to school, claimed that “there was a conspiracy to harass” the management of the institution.
The school, which has about 135 students and carries out kindergarten classes to class X, was taken by the minority Niyaz Education and Welfare Trust Azmi.
“The school is run the same way (as before) with only a few changes, including your name and address.
I took the rental facilities and have nothing to invite to the anger of the education department, “said Azmi, who is the legislator of the Mankhurd Shivaji Nagar constituency of Mumbai.
However, he also said that the management of the center would contact the department of education and find out if other permissions are required to execute it.
“I do not want any controversy. Neither I nor the education department would jeopardize the future of the students.
So, I asked our team to be in contact with the education authorities and get all the required approvals, “said Azmi.
In particular, the Maharashtra government had in December of last year informed the parents of IIS students that they would be closed or placed under a new administration.
Azmi had asked the Maharashtra government last year not to close the IRF school saying it would endanger the future of the students enrolled there.
State Minister of Education Vinod Tawde had been asked.
In November last year, the Union Interior Ministry had banned IRF for five years under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act for its alleged involvement in terrorist acts.
In addition to RFID, Naik is also the founder trust IRF Educational Trust and Islamic Trust dimensions.