By: The Kabul Times
KABUL: Chaired by Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, the council of ministers held a meeting discussing various agenda including integration of private religious schools or madrasas into the government-run ones all over the country, a statement from the CE office said Monday.
Security officials attending the meeting shared reports about allover security situation including Daesh defeat in the country’s east.
Over 300 enemy elements have been killed and 114 others wounded following the recently launched military operations, the report said.
The Deputy Chief Executive also proposed that the private madrassas should be changed into official religious schools, with the CE Dr. Abdullah instructed for holding joint seminars by the Ministry of Higher Education, Ministry of Hajj and Islamic Affairs and Ministry of Education, said the statement.
According to the source, the Council of Ministers also approved what the deputy to CE presented for the establishment of Madrassas’ Unions and conducting countrywide seminars, beside registration of private religious schools.
Other agenda including transferring Ainak Copper Mine’s ancient relics and providing a proper place for their preservation as well as the challenges facing the technical projects of the Ministry of Water and Power relating to the Shah-o-Aros Dam.
The CMs meeting instructed the related organs for holding a technical meeting to discuss and meet the problems, said the statement.