Pakistan Completes Consensus Urdu Translation of the Noble Qur’an
The Prime Minister, Imran Khan, is expected to attend the unveling ceremony of the consensus Urdu Qur'an translation.
Pakistan’s prominent ulema and religious scholars of all schools of thought have cooperated and completed a consensus Urdu translation of the Noble Qur’an.
This was revealed by the Federal Minister for Religious Affairs & Interfaith Harmony, Noor-ul-Haq Qadri, while addressing the 13th Competition of Qur’an and Hadith at the Al-Kauthar Islamic University in Islamabad.
In the address, Qadri stated that the mutually agreed Urdu translation of the Qur’an would be unveiled at a ceremony in the coming days.
The Prime Minister, Imran Khan, is also expected to be present at the event.
It is pertinent to note that the ulema and religious scholars from various schools of thought first agreed to work on a consensus Urdu translation of the Noble Qur’an in May 2017.
This was agreed upon during the first meeting of the Ulema Committee constituted by the Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training for this specific purpose in the federal capital.
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