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Mulaah says education for girls too

BANKE: Islamic religious scholars have said that their religion does not impose restrictions on positive works and that the girls should not be deprived of their right to education.


Speaking in the inaugural programme of the eight-day trainers’ training for Muslim girls organised by Rusuf Nepal in Nepalgunj, the Islamic priests said there was no restriction on matters of education and awareness.


Islamic scholar Mohammad Yusuf said there is no religious prohibition in education and humanitarian freedom.


Similarly, Maulana Mujahiddin Kadari said education is the basic need of all the people in the present context.


Spokesman of the National Human Rights Commisison (NHRC), Gauri Pradhan inaugurated the training.


The training has been organised with the objective of creating public awareness in the Muslim community here to the need of educating the girl child. Many Muslim girls here are still deprived of the right to education in the absence of appropriate educational environment. RSS

Published Date: Tuesday, April 10th, 2012 | 10:53 PM

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