RAWALPINDI: Religious scholars and also agents of five education and learning boards of seminaries, Wafaqul Madaris, on Saturday denied the Waqf Amlak Act 2020 as well as prompted the government to reverse it while revealing that they would introduce objection from Rawalpindi from March 1.
They endangered to organize a sit-in before Parliament House if their demands are not fulfilled.
They additionally criticised the federal government act to develop brand-new education and learning boards for academies saying that it was an attempt to regulate the seminaries as well as its students.
The problems were elevated at a joint press conference resolved by JUI-F Punjab phase Amir Attique-ur-Rehman, Nazim of Wafaqul Madaris Punjab Qazi Abdul Rashid, Jamiat Ahl-i-Hadith leader Maulana Syed Atiq-ur-Rehman Shah, Maulana Abdul Rahim Babar, Maulana Zahoor Alvi as well as others at Jamia Islamia.
Dr Attique-ur-Rehman stated the scholars of various schools of thought, leaders of spiritual parties as well as agents of five boards of education of seminaries had devised a joint approach to protest against the Waqf Amlak Act 2020 and brand-new education and learning boards for academies.
Qazi Abdul Rashid stated that in a meeting held previously in the day all education boards of academies had actually made a decision to introduce an activity for the protection of mosques and also academies. “We will certainly not leave any stone unturned till the Waqf Amlak Act is repealed,” he stated.
Earlier, a statement on “security of mosques as well as seminaries” read out.