LAHORE: President of the Muslim-Quaid League (PML-Q) of Pakistan and former prime minister Ch Shujat Hussain said constitutional amendments made by the majority cannot be successful. He will contact the heads of all parties to get amendments that are against Pakistan, people and in particular interest in education are rejected.
In a statement issued here on Tuesday, he said leaders of different parties had given statements about the 18th Amendment and the majority of them commented on the amendment without reading it. On the basis of a majority of several amendments have been carried out where future generations have been made dark about the history of the country. He said: “Our party only thinks about the interests of Pakistan, especially the amendments that have been made in terms of education. I will talk to the heads of all parties that they must also reject this amendment that was passed by a majority.
In every world constitution, an academic syllabus is one and that is with the federation. By empowering the provinces, they have ruined education standards, because in this way each province will make its own syllabus, while this force must be with the federation.
There are also other amendments, which were agreed based on a failed majority. We will oppose any such amendment inside and outside the assembly, which will not be in the interests of the state and nation. “