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Women's madrasah to be built in Suzak district with support of sponsors.

Women's madrasah to be built in Suzak district with support of sponsors AKIPRESS.COM - The women's madrasah will be built in Tashtak village, Kyzyl-Tuu rural municipality, Suzak district, Jalal-Abad region, rural municipality governor Turgunbek Kerimkulov said.

The construction is estimated to cost 23 million soms. "More than 600 families live in the rural municipality.

We have a new mosque. The rural municipality provided 12 ares plot for construction of a madrasah for women and girls," he said.

The madrasah will be a 2-storey building. Construction is financed by sponsors.

There are 10 madrasahs and 1 institute in Jalal-Abad region.

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Publication:Central Asian News Service
Date:Jan 28, 2020
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