Implementing NAP will resolve nationwide points: Ashrafi


Special Representative to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on Religious Harmony and Middle East Hafiz Tahir Mehmood Ashrafi on Thursday mentioned that the answer to nationwide points confronted by the nation lies in implementing the National Action Plan (NAP) in true letter and spirit.

During a joint press convention with leaders from the Christian neighborhood, Ashrafi mentioned that the federal government was working to evaluation the NAP because the premier had already held a gathering on this regard.

“The previous government used the NAP only for removal of speakers from mosques,” he mentioned, including that the ruling celebration will convey main modifications within the plan to eradicate extremism and terrorism from the nation.

The SAPM maintained that everybody living in Pakistan and following the nation’s regulation was an equal citizen and loved equal rights. He added that the non-Muslim communities weren’t alone and as a majority group, all Muslims will stand with them at each discussion board.

“No one will be allowed to take the law in their own hands and use the law to serve their own interest,” reiterated Ashrafi, including that if somebody commits blasphemy, an FIR ought to be lodged and the remaining ought to be left to the regulation of the land.

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Ashrafi additionally talked about that as many as 137 blasphemy complaints had been obtained throughout the present 12 months, which had been duly addressed and resolved. He appreciated the political events’ stance to not permit the Sialkot incident to repeat sooner or later and their present of solidarity with the non-Muslim neighborhood in Pakistan.

Remembering the brutal Army Public School (APS) incident on its seventh anniversary, Ashrafi mentioned right this moment (Dec 16) was the day for the nation to move ahead unitedly and make a dedication to serve and defend the nation.

He mentioned that simply because the nation was united on the APS Peshawar tragedy, it additionally stood collectively on the Sialkot tragedy.

“We are starting with the determination that Pakistan belongs to all irrespective of his or her affiliation or beliefs,” he added.

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