Peace in country result of Army’s struggle against terrorism: Ashrafi
Ulema, Mashaikh should unite under umbrella of Paigham-e-Pakistan to counter enemies’ agendas: Qadri
LAHORE: Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Religious Harmony Hafiz Tahir Mahmood Ashrafi has said that peace in the country is a result of the Pakistan Army’s struggle against terrorism.
Talking to the media here on Friday, he condemned terrorist activity in Balochistan and thanked ulema for expressing unity with the forces. He said that national unity was need of the hour, as the enemy was once again trying to spread terrorism in the country.
He said that a new government in Afghanistan had taken over in August and Pakistan expects that their land would not be used by terrorists against Pakistan
He said that the terrorist attack in Balochistan was an attempt to spoil relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan. He said that India had a big terrorist network in Afghanistan, but it would never succeed in its nefarious designs. He hoped that the Afghanistan government would arrest terrorists involved in attacks in Pakistan.
Ashrafi said that Kashmir solidarity day would be observed on Feb 5 and special prayers for Kashmiris would be offered for the oppressed people of the Valley. He said that the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) was with Pakistan on the issue of Jammu and Kashmir. Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony Minister Pir Noor ul Haq Qadri Friday said all Ulema and Mashaikh should unite under the umbrella of Paigham-e-Pakistan to counter the enemies’ agendas.
He said it was the most authentic document after the Constitution of Pakistan as more than 5,000 Ulema hailing from all segments of the society had singed it unanimously.
He said Ulema and Mashaikh should play their role to spread its message at every nook and cranny of the county as it would hold counter the nefarious designs of enemies against Pakistan.
He said the aim of Paigham-e-Pakistan was to build a peaceful Pakistan, free of sectarianism, extremism and terrorism.
Appreciating the efforts of Prime Minister Imran Khan against the Islamophobia, Qadri said now the world was defensing his narrative.