Pak religious scholars to protest against Imran Khan's plans to take over mosques, seminaries

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Islamabad [Pakistan], February 20: Pakistan's strict researchers have taken steps to challenge the Prime Minister Imran Khan-drove government's arrangements to assume control over the mosques and theological colleges. 

As per a report before sun-up, the researchers at a show raised their voices against the Waqf Amlak Act 2020 and promised to oppose it. 

The ulemas have likewise framed 'Development to Safeguard Mosques and Seminaries' under which the dissent rallies will be held. 

The individuals who took part in the show incorporated the top of the development Maulana Zahoor Ahmad Alvi, head of Punjab section of Wafaqul Madaris Arabia Pakistan Maulana Qazi Abdur Rashid among others. 

They said that the delegates from five ways of thinking, heads of strict gatherings and agents of five sheets of instruction of theological schools will be mutually challenging the new instructive sheets for theological colleges. 

"Mosques and theological colleges had been free, will be free and will stay free. None will be permitted to put limitations on their opportunity. We have opposed all such tricks before and would confront them in occasions to come. The development to ensure mosques and theological colleges will proceed," they added. (ANI)
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