The Prime Minister Shahbaz Shareef supervised a meeting with Ittehad e Tanzeemat e Madaris, in which he said that government will provide full support for implementation of modern day education in country.
He said that government will make sure of maximum help to seminars in providing full guidance to students and organizations for modern education, helping institutes in registration process.
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Around millions of students are currently studying in Madaris free of cost, most of the kids are orphans, and all of them are getting books, stationary and notebooks free of cost. The seminars on digitalizing Islamic education are necessary for success of Pakistan. Digitalization is the need of today’s world and Pakistan should work more in this factor to cope up with modern day challenges.
The Prime Minister Shahbaz Shareef also expressed grief on the death of famous religious scholar Mufti Raafi Usmani, who was well known scholar and presented his Islamic knowledge to the whole Islamic world.
The Pakistan government is all ready to extend support for Islamic organizations and NGOs. The federal ministers and head of five Madaris Maulana Fazal u Rahman, Maulana Mufti Taqi Usmani, Maulana Muhamamd Hanif Jalandhri, Mufti Munibur Rehman, and Sahibzada Abdul Mustafa Hazarvi.
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The PM Shahbaz Shareef also hosted a dinner for delegation members and talked on issues faced by Madaris and ensures that Pakistan government is in support of giving full help to Madaris in social as well as official services.
Madaris are good means of providing Islamic education to nation and promoting Islamic values. We should focus more on digitalizing our Islamic education, doing scientific researches according to Islamic teachings and creating awareness that Islam is itself a modern and peaceful religion.