ISLMABAD – Jamiat Ulmae Islam F (JUI- F) leader Maulana Fazalu Rahman said that Madrassas are being targeted on the name of terrorism by action plan committee, PakistanTribe reported.
Maulana Fazlur Rahman said that government is targeting the Madrassas without any evidence of involvement in terrorism. He said that no one can prove that the hanged terrorists and the terrorists who are to be hanged soon are from Madrassas.
He criticized on the governmental policies that government has issued more than 7,000 visas to the foreigners. He also pointed out the free movement and activities of Black Water in the country. He blamed that the actual responsible are forgotten and the religious schools are targeted.
He also talked about the Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) that government has no check on the activities of NGOs and no one knows what type of data they are collecting from here.
He said that government had banned the registration of Madarassas from 1991 to 2004 and then in Musharraf era after continuous efforts of Madrassas an governments registration Ordnance was approved. He added that hitting the madrassas is a direct FIR against them.
He was talking to media in Islamabad.
It is worth mentioning here that earlier about the establishment of Military Courts he said that handing over the rule to Army chief is not the solution of this issue. He said that he want to adopt constitutional way whatsoever the circumstances are.
He added that military courts should be established only if there is any room for establishment of military courts.
He also expressed his reservations that madarassas are now at hit list of propaganda. All the channels are propagating against madrassas whereas madrassas are the units of peace and Islamic education.
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