Addressing a two-day online teachers training program held under the banner of the examination department of Nizam-ul-Madaris Pakistan, Mufti Imdadullah Qadri said that the foundations of Pakistan and Islam are being rendered hollow due to sectarianism. He said that we would put an end to sectarian hatred by giving instruction in religious sciences in line with the demands of the modern age. He said that the process of the registration of religious seminaries should be completed at the earliest in line with the decision of the state of Pakistan. He said that those Madris that are not registering should be barred from issuing any degree through a notification, adding that the registration will help expose the institutions with dubious agendas.
Nazim-e-Alaa Allama Mir Asif Akbar said on the occasion that the restoration of the dignity of religious seminaries is our greatest challenge, which is possible only when all boards are on the same page and do not allow anyone to use the platform of religious seminaries for political purposes. He said that all educational boards will have to keep the contemporary educational, and research requirements in mind for the purpose of fostering unity in the ranks of Muslims.
Allama Ain-ul-Haq Baghdadi, Nazim of the Examination at Nizam-ul-Madaris Pakistan, said in his speech that the teachers cannot do justice to the demands of effective teachings without modern-day training. He said that it is for the first time that Nizam-ul-Madaris Pakistan has started the online teaching training program. He said that we are happy at the way teachers are showing interest and taking an active part in the training.
Director of the Courses Department Hafiz Saeed Raza Baghdadi and Dr Shafqat Baghdadi also addressed the participants of the online teacher training program.