Pakistan army chief critical of madrasas

Karachi: Pakistan Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa has criticised the role of mushrooming madrasas, which mostly taught only Islamic theology, underlining the need to revisit the religious schools concept in the Muslim majority country.

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Karachi: Pakistan Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa has criticised the role of mushrooming madrasas, which mostly taught only Islamic theology, underlining the need to revisit the religious schools concept in the Muslim majority country. “I am not against madrasas, but we have lost the essence of madrasas,” a news report quoting the army chief said. PTI

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