Talking to a delegation of Chamber of Education for Private Schools at Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan on Wednesday, he said that a conspiracy was being hatched to exclude the subjects of Islamiat and Pakistan Ideology from the curriculum, which, he added, would never be let successful and compromised at any cost.
The delegation comprising Manzor Ghori, Mian Umar Hayat, Mian Farooq, Hajid Abdul Ghaffar, Malik Alam, Amir Jamil, Mian Khalid and Rana Shahid called on Majid Nizami to discuss the matters related to the education system of the country. They also paid tribute to his services for the country.
Instead of doing such bad plans, Majid Nizami said the need was to inform the youth about Islam and Pakistan. The young generation must be told about the sacrifices rendered by the Muslims of the Subcontinent for the creation of Pakistan, he stressed. He demanded the government to include Pakistan Ideology in the curriculum from primary to university level.