CM Thackeray led Maharashtra Government faces criticism over spending crores on the salary of Madrassa teachers

People started criticizing after the CM Uddhav Thackeray led Maha Vikas Aghadi Government in Maharashtra approved ₹1.81 crore grant for the 121 Madarsas teacher's salary. People criticize the Government on the ground of secularism and health crisis due to lack of finance in Coronavirus Pandemic.
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On July 23, Minority Development Minister Nawab Malik declared that Maharashtra Govt has decided to distribute Rs 1.80 Crores among the teachers of 121 madrasas in the State under Dr Zakir Hussain Madarsa Modernisation Scheme.
When States and Central Government focusing on the health crisis in the wake of Coronavirus pandemic, the move by Maharashtra Government has considered as the appeasement of a minority community. The people's reaction reveals that the move is against secular structure and discrimination of other religious institutions.
According to some people's reactions on social media, the Maharashtra Govt should spend money on health crisis, especially when there are highest Coronavirus cases and fatalities than any other State.
The recent report published on July 17, said, "At least 40 doctors and 35 nurses from Kerala who had come to Mumbai to help the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) medical staff in the battle against Coronavirus pandemic will be returning back home as the BMC has not yet paid their salaries."
Following are some more reactions on social media-
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