The Punjab government has chosen to lay out Khatamun Nabiyeen (PBUH) College in the common capital. The foundation will be established under the Auqaf Branch of the Quran Organization in Mian Mir.
The Khatamun Nabiyeen (PBUH) College Bill was supported by the Standing Board of trustees on Regulative Business (SCCLB), which was driven by Priest for Parliamentary Issues, Climate Security, and Cooperatives, Raja Basharat.
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Raja Basharat, Administrator of the Board, taught the Law Division to give further comments on the proposition.
He expressed that the Punjab organization has taken numerous drives towards Khatm-e-Nabuwat faith as per the Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf (PTI) administrator Imran Khan’s goal of the Riasat-e-Madinah and on the sets of CM Pervaiz Elahi.
He declared that Khatamun Nabiyeen College is one more measure toward ‘Riast-e-Madinah’.
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At the meeting, moves toward forestall mistakes in the distributing of the Qur’an in Punjab were additionally examined. It was recommended that the Qur’an Board be given the power to manage printing issues and that the regulation be reexamined whenever required.
Advanced education Secretary, Ahmed Raza Sarwar, Regulation Clergyman, Khurram Shahzad Virk, and Regulation Secretary, Akhtar Javed, were additionally present at the gathering.