National Assembly passes bill for universities to teach the Holy Quran in the Urdu language

A resolution has been unanimously passed by the lower house of the Parliament calling for the Holy Quran with Urdu translation to be taught in the universities and higher education institutions across Pakistan.

The resolution passed by the National Assembly of Pakistan was maintained that according to the Constitution of the country, the country’s official name is the Islamic Republic of Pakistan while the Holy Quran and the Sunnah would be considered as the supreme law.

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The resolution added that therefore, it is necessary to make proper arrangements for understanding the Holy Quran in all universities across the country.

Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Khan said that the understanding of the Holy Quran in our national language Urdu would enable students to have a better understanding of Allah Almighty’s message to the humans.

In another resolution passed unanimously by the National Assembly of Pakistan, the lower house extended full diplomatic and political support to the innocent Kashmiris and condemned the brutal killings by the Indian armed forces in the Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOK).

It is pertinent to mention here that the resolution was passed on the evening of the Kashmir Martyrs’ Day.

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