Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry on Saturday (Feb 23) in a video message on social media said that government has took control over the Madrassatul Sabir and Jamia-e-Masjid Subhanallah in Bahawalpur, which were said to be alleged headquarter of Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM).
Chaudhry clarified that the “Punjab government took administrative control of Madrassatul Sabir and Jamia-e-Masjid Subhanallah in Bahawalpur in line with the decisions taken during the National Security Council (NSC) meeting held on Thursday and as part of the National Action Plan (NAP)”.
“During yesterday’s NSC meeting yesterday it was decided that NAP will be fully implemented. Some steps were taken in this regard yesterday and today the Punjab government took administrative control of a madrassah in Bahawalpur,” he said. “This is the madrassah that India was doing propaganda over and alleging that it is the headquarters of JeM. Tomorrow, the Punjab government will give media persons a tour of the madrassahs so everyone can see how it is functioning and see the truth for themselves,” he added.
Stating that “around 700 students are studying at the madrassah”, the information minister said, “This step [to take administrative control] has nothing to do with the attack in occupied Kashmir.” “NAP is our own security document over which all political parties are in consensus and we are implementing it,” he stressed.
بہاولپور میں مدرسے کو تحویل میں لیے جانے کے حوالے سے وفاقی وزیر اطلاعات @fawadchaudhry کا بیان پنجاب حکومت کل میڈیا نمائندوں کو اس مدرسے کا دورہ کروائے گیFederal Minister for info @fawadchaudhry on #Bahawalpur Mudrassa issue: pic.twitter.com/XncoPOJdTj— Fawad Chaudhry (@FawadPTIUpdates) February 22, 2019
بہاولپور میں مدرسے کو تحویل میں لیے جانے کے حوالے سے وفاقی وزیر اطلاعات @fawadchaudhry کا بیان پنجاب حکومت کل میڈیا نمائندوں کو اس مدرسے کا دورہ کروائے گی
Federal Minister for info @fawadchaudhry on #Bahawalpur Mudrassa issue: pic.twitter.com/XncoPOJdTj
— Fawad Chaudhry (@FawadPTIUpdates) February 22, 2019
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23 May, 2019