The Christian and Hindu leaders highlighted the issues of minorities and required the assurance of their rights on the Minorities Day celebrated on Friday in parts of Pakistan.
The Minorities Day is praised the nation over on August 11 by the minority bunches formally, where occasions are composed to feature their rights and stamp the discourse of August 11 of Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
The participants highlighted the discourse of Founder of Pakistan Mohammad Ali Jinnah in which he said that everybody has a privilege to practice his or her religion freely and we all are free to go to churches, mosques, temples and every worship place This day urges us to advance and ensure privileges of minorities and to advocate square with rights and a pluralistic Pakistan.
Conversing with APP on the event of Minorities Day, Pakistan Minority Commission Chairman Advocate Parkash, Program Manager at Development Awareness and Management of Natural Resource (DAMAN), Krishna Lal, Bishop of Hyderabad Church of Pakistan Reverend Kaleem John, prominent educationist and social laborer Dadi Leela, Physician and Professor of Medicine and Pulmonology at LiaquatUniversity of Medical and Health Sciences (LUMHS), Jamshoro, Dr.Santosh Kumar, writers were a piece of the occasion.
Paying tributes to the administrations of minorities for the social and financial advancement of the nation, they said that minorities have measure up to rights under the Constitution of Pakistan and Quaid-e-Azam in his discourse on August 11 had featured their part as Pakistanis.
They said that committing an uncommon day for minorities likewise advances the picture of Pakistan.”By watching this day, we need to give a reasonable message to the world that the Pakistani society depends on religious congruity, social equity, and human correspondence”, they included.
Other than the endeavors of opportunity warriors having a place with different classes of the nation, the minorities have assumed an amazing part in accomplishments surprisingly in making of Pakistan.
There is a need to feature the commitments of the minorities amid the opportunity development for advancing interfaith congruity, peace and fellowship in the nation, they said.
They said that since the development of Pakistan, minorities have been contributing in each circle of life and their political association is additionally worth increasing in value.
They said that the historical backdrop of Islam is loaded with cases in which the minorities delighted in peace, insurance and equivalent economic well-being and every political party of Pakistan stands committed to the preservation of rights of minorities in Pakistan.