Daytime: Not madrasa. Nasyashekh Unnayan Parishad and Calcutta United Guardian Council organized a meeting to demand government English medium residential schools in each subdivision for the development of minorities. The meeting was held at Dinhata High School on Saturday. It was demanded from the meeting that one English medium residential school is required in each of the sub-divisions with the money of Minority Development.
Aminal Haque, central secretary of Nasyashekh Unnayan Parishad, said, “There are already government English medium residential schools in Jharkhand, Telangana and Delhi with minority development money. Where minority students study. That should be done in the state. ‘ Among others present at the meeting were Bajle Rahman, president of the central committee of the organization, Mohammad Shah Alam, president of the United Guardian Council, and Masud Karim, secretary.