Two days after a crude bomb was hurled near the main entrance of
the noted seminary Nadwatul Ulema, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister
Akhilesh Singh Yadav on Sunday met the rector, Maulana Syed Rabey
Hasani Nadwi, and assured him full security of the madrasa.
Akhilesh Yadav who visited Nadwatul
Ulema with some of his cabinet colleagues also order installation
of CCTV cameras at the main entrance.
“Control room of the CCTV will be
established within the Nadwa premises, devoid of any police
interference", he said.
The Chief Minister also said that an
investigation into the incident was on and the culprits would be
The Rector of the Nadwa, Syed Rabey
Hasani Nadwi, asked the Chief Minister to provide the security to
the Islamic seiminary. "It is the duty of the government to make
sure that the institutions and citizens are safe", he said.
Principal secretary Rakesh Kumar
Garg, district magistrate Anurag Yadav and SSP Ravindra Gaur
accompanied the CM.
The meeting took place in the guest
house of Nadwa, in which secretary of the revered institution,
Maulana Hamza Hasani Nadwi was also present.
Maulana Hamza said, “CM asked his officers to increase police
patrolling near Nadwa and establish a Police booth on river band
facing the main entrance.”
The CM also ordered officials not to
allow any public rally near Nadwa in future.
Leaders from Congress and RLD also
visited Nadwa and met Maulana Rabey and others.
The Chief Minister was under attack
from the Muslim community as no one from the government or his
ministry expressed any concern over the incident that occurred on
Nadwatul Ulema is regarded as one of
the top most Islamic seminary in South Asia.
Meanwhile police registered a case against unknown miscreants
under explosive substance act in Hazrat Ganj Kotwali.