According to the government, ban on Jamaat-e-Islami will not affect the schools, mosques

The government of Jammu and Kashmir late last Sunday clarified that affiliated schools, mosques and orphanages of Jamaat-e-Islami Was kept outside the scope of the ban in the organization

Almost every major party in the region expressed dissatisfaction after the ban on Thursday. Jamaat-e-Islami In Jammu and Kashmir for five years, claiming that it is "close" to the fighters and is expected to status.

The National Conference (NC), the Democrat Party (PDP) and the People's Conference (PC) call for the revocation of the ban and express concerns about the fate of schools operated by JeI.

"While the government may take a moment to review the needs of JJ's flat But there is a need to review the school ban and the closure of the mosque urgently, "Omar Abdullah, head of Twitter, said.

"There is nothing to suggest that a sealed mosque will help improve the security environment. Sealed schools are at risk of forcing many young children to go out on the road instead of learning to create the future for themselves, "he said.

"People turned away from mosques that they often gathered to pray. A school with 10 students from 1,000 people, employing 1,000 teachers is being sealed, "he said.

There are concerns among thousands of parents and students from hundreds of schools that run the JeI business because they fear that the government may seal the institution as well. According to official estimates, about 100,000 students are studying in 300 schools operated by JeI.

On Saturday, PDP leaders and activists protested against the ban on Srinagar. The protests occurred when the authorities in Kashmir began sealing the properties of JeI and the homes of some activists. The bank account of the leader JeI was frozen as well.

"These schools provide education to the needy and needy. They are students who have won. Where will these children go? This thing is terrible, "said the PDP leader and former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti.