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Teaching Holy Quran be Made Compulsory in Universities

Senate approves resolution make Holy Quran in all Pakistan university.

The resolution stated that the lessons should not be included in exams in order to receive extra credit. In this manner, the student’s attention would continue to be on gaining knowledge and understanding of the Holy Quran.

The Senate unanimously approved a different resolution that encouraged teaching young people the Seerat of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

Another resolution was adopted by the upper chamber of parliament with the intention of ensuring that future generations have a thorough understanding of the Seerat of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him).

Senator Mushtaq Ahmed of the Jamaat-e-Islami made the motions for both resolutions, claiming that they were in accordance with the constitution.

Additionally, the Senate unanimously approved a resolution calling for measures to prevent road closures during international cricket teams’ travels.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) was urged in the resolution to construct hotels with high international standards inside the complexes of the stadiums in Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore, Multan, and Karachi.

Players and team officials should be able to get to the stadium from these hotels with ease. These hotels will be helpful for crucial domestic games and PSL matches in addition to international cricket.

A second bill to further alter the State Bank Act of 1956 was approved by the Senate with a majority vote.

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