Laws towards madrassas unacceptable
PESHAWAR: Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa head Mushtaq Ahmad Khan has stated there must be no laws towards madrassas and warned that his get together would give up the Pakistan Tehreek-ie-Insaf-led coalition authorities if any invoice was moved within the provincial meeting with out session.
Addressing a press convention on Monday, he stated that no one might dare legislate towards madrassas in KP so long as JI was current within the provincial meeting. JI provincial basic secretary Abdul Wasih, president Jamiat Ulema Ittehad KP Maulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali and provincial secretary info Syed Jamaat Ali Shah accompanied him to the information convention.
Mushtaq Ahmad Khan highlighted the significance of Ulema’s position within the independence of Pakistan. He stated that presently three.5 million college students have been receiving schooling in madrassas and in addition getting all primary requirements of life, together with meals, lodging and medical remedy.
He stated that nobody might match the providers that these Islamic seminaries have been offering to the society. He stated all graduates of madrassas have been patriotic, however the enemies have launched propaganda towards them since lengthy beneath a nicely-devised conspiracy.
He requested the provincial authorities to desist from laws in haste, including that additionally they needed reforms in the complete schooling system, however this may solely be potential with mutual session.
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