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Qaim Ali Shah urges Ulemas to strengthen government hands to implement National Action Plan

Karachi, March 02, 2015 (PPI-OT): Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has said that the government was committed to implement National Action Plan (NAP) for which people of all walks of life, particularly the Ulemas have to cooperate and strengthen the hands of the government.

This he said while presiding over a meeting of the Ulemas of Jamaat Ahle sunat who called on him at the CM House here on Monday. The Jamaat Ahle Sunat delegation comprising Maulana Mufti Muneeb Rehman Chiarman Ruwate Hilal Committee, Sarwat Aijaz Qadri Chief of Sunni Tehri Allama Syed Muzafar Shah, Rehan Amjad Noorani, Shabir Abu Talib, Shahid Ghori.

The meeting was also attended by Chief Minister’s Principal secretary Alamuddin Bullo, Commissioner Karachi Shoaib Siddiqi, Special Secretary Home Dr Nawaz Shaikh, Additional IG Ghulam Qadir Thebo, Rashid Rabbani and Waqar Mehdi.

Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali said that the country was passing through a very critical phase of its history. “Constitution has been amended with heavy heart because the amendment has affected basic rights. Now we are in a war-like situation and we are committed with the nation to win this war at any cost. Therefore, every patriotic and peaceful citizen has to play his and her role,” he said.

He said that he had more expectations in the Ulemas of this province that they would cooperate with his government to implement National Action Plan in true letter and spirit. “I am sure you would abide by the law under which Madersas are being registered and use loudspeaker sagaciously,” he said.

Mufti Muneeb Rehman said “the madares of Jamaat Ahle Sunnat believe in peace, tranquillity and inter-faith harmony. We are the first ulemas and religious parties which despite some reservations accepted National Action plan and cooperating with the government to implement it.”

The chief minister appreciated their gesture and said that it was very much clear that the madares already working in the province were required to be registered under the law and the prior permission was mandatory to establish a new madarsa. He assured the Ulemas to nominate a focal person on divisional level to coordinate between the administration and the ulemas for close co-ordination.

For more information, contact:
Mr. Allah Bachayo Memon
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Chief Minister House
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