Pakistan Minister for Religious Affairs Ijaz ul Haq Sunday said that madrassas or religious schools in the country were not engaged in sponsoring terrorism or promoting hatred, reports Xinhua.
The madrassas are teaching one million students and spreading a message of peace and all the propaganda against these institutions is baseless, said Haq while addressing a gathering in Lahore, capital of Punjab province.
It is the blessing of the madrassas that a large number of children, mostly belonging to poor families, are getting education and accommodation facilities free of cost. Otherwise, they would be seen begging on the roadside, he added.
The madrassas have been accused of spreading hatred and extremism. Since the London blasts last month, the Pakistan government has launched a nationwide campaign against extremism and asked the schools to register with the government and remove foreign students.
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