After a long four-and-a-half-month shutdown due to the epidemic Corona virus, all Qawmi madrassas across the
country will reopen on August 8 (Saturday) following health regulations. Motijheel in the capital on Thursday.
The decision was taken at a meeting of the standing committee chaired by co-chairman
Maulana Abdul Quddus at the office of Al-Hayatul Ulaya Lil-Jami Atil Qaumiya Bangladesh. Maulana Mufti was present at the meeting. Waqqas, Maulana Nurul Islam,
Maulana Abdul Hamid (Pir Sahib, Madhupur) Maulana Abu Taher Nadvi, Mufti Shasmuddin Zia,
Maulana Muhibbul Haque, Maulana Enamul Haque, Mufti Arshad Rahmani,
Maulana Mahmudul Alam, Mufti Mohammad Ali, Maulana Yahya Mahmud, Maulana Sajidur Rahman,
Mufti Faizullah, Maulana Mahfuzul Haque and others.
Earlier, the government allowed the Hafezi madrasas to be started from July 12 in response to the demands of the concerned people. Educational institutions
in the country have been closed since March 16 due to the epidemic of corona virus.
In the meantime, in order to prevent the spread of the virus, the closure of all types of educational institutions in the country was extended by
three points and the leave was extended till August 8. Source: Bangladesh Journal