The bench also directed the Yogi Adityanath-led State government to accommodate students studying in Madarsas in other schools. The Lucknow bench comprised Justice Vivek Chaudhary and Justice SubhashVidyarthi. They passed an order on a petition filed by Anshuman Singh Rathore, who challenged the constitutional validity of the Act and certain provisions of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (Amendment) Act, 2012, said the report. The new court order arrived months after the state government decided to survey the Islamic education institutions in Uttar Pradesh. In October 2023, it also formed a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe the funding of Madarsas from abroad. The SIT team in its report recommended action against more than 8,000 madrasas and alleged that around 80 madrasas in border regions had received foreign funding totaling around  100 crores.In December 2023, a division bench raised concerns about potential instances of arbitrary decision-making and the need for transparency in the administration of such educational institutions.