PM Imran Khan agreed to postpone the mosque, madrasa, and imambargah utility bills – Research marksmen | Instant News


Prime Minister’s Special Assistant for Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan said that the Prime Minister had agreed to demands made by Islamic clerics in the country to postpone utility bills of all mosques, imambargah, madrasa, and other places of worship.

“The Prime Minister (PM) has agreed to the ulama’s request and proposed his recommendation to the economic team,” Dr. Clouds in talks in the media flanked by Minister of Religion Noorul Haq Qadri on Monday.

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He said that the Pakistani government was also aware of the academic loss of madrasa students in the country after the closure because of the coronavirus novel.

It is worth mentioning here that because of the country’s coronavirus crisis, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has approved the abolition of utility bills from various sectors in the country.

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, on the other hand, recently launched a school TV channel for students from grades one through 12.

The special assistant further said that Prime Minister Imran Khan had also asked Pakistani Television (PTV) to start the same channel for madrasa students also to make up for losing their education due to the suspension of their class amid a coronavirus outbreak.



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