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Balochistan: Religious seminaries active , Bajwa admits

The army chief Bajwa has said more religious seminaries were established in Balochistan compared to modern and quality schools for local students during the past four decades. “Only religious education is being imparted to the students at all these seminaries and thus the students are left behind in the race for development.”

Open admission that LeT, LeJ and the like were planted in Balochistan to turn them away from their national movement and make them more Muslim than Baloch.

See report at https://www.dawn.com/news/1375246/army-chief-calls-for-widening-scope-of-madressah-education

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