QUETTA: Wafaqul Madaris while expressing reservations over the National Security Policy (NSP) draft tabled in the Parliament, has rejected all the allegations against religious seminaries in the country – ARY News reports.
Addressing a press conference here, Secretary General of Wafaqul Madaris, Qari Muhammad Hanif Jalandhari referred to the point in NSP, which mentioned that some madressas are causing an increase in extremism in the country, as a baseless allegation and said that we entirely reject such accusations.
He told that none of the seminaries affiliated with Wafaqul Madaris is involved in such kind of activities and demanded the Government to present concrete evidence rather than framing allegations.
Jalandhari stated that if the Government provides any evidence then the Wafaqul Madaris will itself take an action against such religious institutions.
The Secretary General also criticized the authorities for unnecessarily mentioning the syllabus of religious madressas in the policy draft.
He elaborated that the syllabus of madressas apart from in accordance with religious teachings, also encircles modern studies of pure and social sciences.