Maulavi Abdul Kabir, acting prime minister of the Taliban, claimed that graduates from Jihadi Madrasas do not possess the skills and capability to work in government administrations.
According to a newsletter of the prime minister, Maulavi Abdul Kabir met on Wednesday, June 14, with Sheikh Abdul Wahid Tariq, general director of the Taliban’s Jihadi Madrasas, and he shared the plan of building more Jihadi Madrasas in each province with the political deputy of the Taliban.
Mr. Tariq stated that in the current year, Jihadi Madrasas started up in five regions and attracted people. In reference to the value of Jihadi Madrasas, Mr. Abdul Kabir stated that Jihadi Madrasas are a necessity in today’s society, and the government takes them seriously.
Also, the acting prime minister demanded the addition of modern sciences to the curriculum of Jihadi Madrasas so the graduates of these Madrasas would have the ability to work in offices.
Meanwhile, according to the agreement between the Taliban and Pakistan, the members of the TTP are supposed to be transferred to the northern provinces, and the expansion of the Jihadi Madrasas would both increase and promote extremism.