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Anti-Islamic slogans shouldn’t be allowed on Worldwide Girls’s Day, Qadri writes to PM Imran

Religious Affairs Minister Noorul Haq Qadri
Non secular Affairs Minister Noorul Haq Qadri has written a letter to Prime Minister Imran Khan saying that anti-Islamic slogans shouldn’t be raised on Worldwide Girls’s Day, which is widely known internationally on March 8.

The minister has additionally instructed celebrating Worldwide Hijab Day as a substitute on March 8, in an effort to precise solidarity with Muslim ladies throughout the globe.

In a letter to the prime minister dated Feb 9, the minister mentioned Worldwide Girls’s Day was celebrated on March 8 yearly because the Worldwide Girls’s Yr was first recognised by the United Nations in 1975.

He mentioned that rallies have been organised worldwide and programmes have been held in an effort to eradicate societal injustice towards ladies and to make sure they get their due rights.

Qadri identified that in Pakistan, a marketing campaign was being organised below the banner of Aurat March which sought to spotlight points being confronted by ladies.

“However the type of placards, banners and slogans raised through the march painting as if the problem is with societal norms underlined in Islam greater than ladies’s rights,” he mentioned.

The minister mentioned Pakistan was a Muslim nation and a majority of society wished to dwell their lives based on the teachings of Islam. He added that Islam was a whole code of life for which there was no different alternate.

“Any group, below the banner of Aurat March or every other title, on the event of upcoming Worldwide Girls’s Day on March 8, shouldn’t be allowed to ridicule Islamic values, societal norms, hijab or modesty as such acts damage the feelings of Muslims within the nation,” he mentioned.

He requested the prime minister to watch “Worldwide Hijab Day” on March 8, in an effort to precise solidarity with Muslim ladies throughout the globe who needed to wrestle for non secular independence and primary human rights.

Qadri mentioned that observing Worldwide Hijab Day would assist draw the eye of the worldwide neighborhood, together with the United Nations, in direction of the remedy of Muslim ladies and college students in neighbouring India and Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).

He urged the premier to make use of the event to name on the worldwide neighborhood to place an finish to India’s remedy of Muslims in an effort to guard their non secular freedom.

The minister concluded his letter by saying that programmes must be organised at a federal and provincial stage to watch Worldwide Hijab Day. He added that the non secular affairs ministry and the knowledge ministry must be directed to attract up a technique on this regard.