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Sindh music teachers to teach recitation of Hamd, Naat and Qawwali, says Education Minister

The recitation of Hamd, Naat, and Qawwali will also be taught to the children by the music teachers, according to Sindh Minister of Education Sardar Shah, who stated on Monday that music is not just about singing and dancing.

Responding to Tehreek-e-Labbaik (TLP) MPA Mufti Qasim’s notice on the recruitment of music teachers for government schools in Sindh, Sardar Shah said that the MPA has misquoted figures in the assembly.

The Minister of Education claimed that music encompasses more than just singing and dancing. Also, that a musician would have composed our national anthem.

“Multiple Muslim-majority countries in the world teach music in schools,” he added.

The PPP leader added that a math teacher cannot teach how to recite a hamd or naat. The music teachers would also teach kids to recite hamd, naat, and qawwali. Speaking about the procurement of Arabic teachers, Sardar Shah said that it is in the system. There are currently over 4,000 Arabic teachers in 4,500 schools across the province.

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