KARACHI: Under National Action Plan (NAP) geo-tagged of 3662 Madaris (religious schools) have been completed, of them 2122 are in Karachi and 1548 in Hyderabad. This process is in progress and would be completed soon.
This was stated in a meeting, chaired by Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah here on Wednesday to review the implementation of NAP decisions.
The Home Secretary while giving presentation to the chief minister said that out of 9590 madaris 6503 have been registered and 2920 yet to be registered.
He said that Geo-tagging of madarsi have been started and so far 2122 madaris have so far been geo-tagged in Karachi and 1548 in Hyderabad. “This would help us to see exact location of madaris,” he remarked.
The IG Sindh Police Ghulam Hyder Jamali told the meeting that 167 madaris have been sealed under different allegations while search of 21 madaris was carried out in Karachi, Hyderabad and Badin.
He said cases have been registered against the administration of few madaris following recovery of hate materials.
The Chief Minister thanked the Ulema of different school of thought for cooperation.
He directed the authorities that the concered administration must be made on board while registration or search of their Madaris.
Talking about Afghan refugees identification and repatriation, the Home Secretary said that 92646 Afghan nationals have been registered in Sindh. “650 families and 3021 individuals voluntary repatriated by Ministry of SAFRON in current year. He said that 35278 Afghans have also been repatriated from Sindh till August 2015.
The Chief Minister remarked that it was the personal interest of Army Chief General Raheel Sharif that the operation against terrorists have produced tangible results.