ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Training Shafqat Mehmood on Wednesday paid tribute to madressahs, saying that the federal government had ended the gulf between the state and madressahs.
The minister was talking at a ceremony in Islamabad the place he mentioned that the federal government’s goal was to help schooling as a lot as attainable.
Highlighting the significance of madressahs, he mentioned that the federal government has determined to take them alongside via numerous reforms. “Madressahs give education to children and don’t seek even a penny from the government,” he mentioned. “We ended the void between the state and madressahs.”
The minister mentioned that the federal government recognised the efforts of madressahs and paid tribute to them. The minister knowledgeable the viewers that his ministry had accomplished the one nationwide curriculum from grades 1 to five.
Federal Minister for Spiritual Affairs Noor-ul-Haq Qadri spoke on the event as properly, saying that the enemies of Pakistan won’t be allowed to sow discord and create battle between the federal government and madressahs.
“We are making big changes in the education ministry so that the madressahs’ issues can be resolved amicably,” he mentioned, including that the madressahs that fulfill the federal government’s circumstances will probably be licensed.
“There was a gulf between the Ulema and the government. The incumbent government is ending this void,” he mentioned, vowing that madressahs in Pakistan will probably be strengthened via reforms and nobody will probably be allowed to weaken them.