Gallup: 95% Pakistanis Support Govt. Decision Of Making Qur’an Compulsory In Schools
The survey was conducted in all four provinces among both men and women.
Around 95% of Pakistanis support the Punjab government’s decision to make the teaching of the Noble Qur’an mandatory from first to XII grade across the province’s schools.
This was revealed in a survey conducted by Gallup & Gilani Pakistan.
In the survey, people —both men and women— from across the four provinces were informed about the Punjab government’s decision to mandate the teaching of the Noble Qur’an from the first to the 12th grade.
The people were then questioned as to whether they supported this decision or not.
In response, a whopping 95% of the participants expressed their support for the provincial government’s decision to mandate Qur’an lessons in the schools.
Meanwhile, 4% of the respondents either did not respond or did not know what to answer.
On the other hand, only 1% of the participants opposed the compulsory Qur’an lessons in Punjab — the Land of Five Rivers.
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