ISLAMABAD (APP) - Pakistan Muslim League (PML-Q) would table 20th Constitutional Amendment in the Parliament aimed at ensuring uniformed educational policy and syllabus across the country, President of PML-Q Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain said on Wednesday. Addressing the concluding ceremony of the three-day International Seerat Conference, he said under the 18th Amendment, provinces had been given autonomy to prepare syllabus for their students, which was inappropriate. He said that representatives of PML-Q in the Constitutional reforms Committee had submitted their dissenting notes over the issue of making the education sector a provincial matter. 'The education sector should remain with the Federal Government so that a uniformed policy across the country can be ensured, for which we will bring the 20th Constitutional Amendment in the Parliament soon, he added. Shujaat urged upon the Muslims to follow teachings of the Holy Quran and Sunnah to get rid of the problems faced by the Ummah. He also highlighted different aspects of life of the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) and said Islam is a religion which provides complete guidance in every sphere of life. Maulana Mufti Muhammad Mohiuddin, the Head of Majlis Saut-ul-Islam Pakistan (Voice of Islam), which organised the conference urged the government to convene a national level conference to determine root-causes behind menaces of extremism and terrorism. He said that the murder of Federal Minister for Minorities Affairs Shahbaz Bhatti was a conspiracy against Pakistan and Islam ,adding, 'it was not a sectarian murder.