Govt to continue supporting seminaries, mosques: Hoti
Posted on 9 months ago
PESHAWAR (APP): Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Ameer Haider Khan Hoti has said that religious seminaries and mosques are offering needed services to the masses that are according to the teachings of our religion and a source of success in the world and life hereafter.
He was talking to a delegation comprised of Ulema from religious seminaries and mosques of Mardan here at CM's House on Friday. Vice Presiden ANP, Engineer Abbas, president ANP Mardan, Farooq Akram, GS Imran Mandoori, Shah Nawaz Khan and Latifur Rehman were present on this occasion.
The Chief Minister said that government would continue its practice to provide financial and moral support to religious seminaries and mosques for carrying out their religious oriented activities in true sense.
He reiterated that this mission would be taken to logical end at all cost and sought people's help in this regard. Hoti said that politics could not be done in the name of religion however it is possible only in carrying out other people oriented activities like construction of roads, colleges, universities and other uplift works.
During last 63 years, he said people of Mardan were kept deprived of fruits of development however, he added that he has a pledge to give Mardan its due status like other big cities of the province but not at the cost of the development of any other district.
Later, the Chief Minister distributed assistance cheques among the Ulema of religious seminaries and mosques.
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