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Ministry of Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony hosted a dinner in President House of Pakistan for “National Minorities Day”


ISLAMABAD: August 11, 2017. (APP) President Mamnoon Hussain assured a gathering of religious leaders from various faiths that the incumbent government would purge the education curriculum of hate material, if there is any, to advance interfaith harmony in the society.

Ministry of Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony hosted a dinner in President House of Pakistan for “National Minorities Day”

Addressing a dinner reception hosted by Ministry of Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony for delegates of various beliefs regarding the National Minorities Day every year saw on August 11, he said the legislature was currently revisiting the curriculum, so the issue could be addressed, if it is accurately pointed out.

In the interim, Patron-in-head of Pakistan Hindu Council and Member of National Assembly Dr Ramesh Kumar Vankwani has said that minorities the nation over are confronting a great issues and to address their grievances, it is important to give them dual vote right to send their genuine representatives in Parliament directly through election. He was tending to a function held at the Aiwan-e-Sadr to mark the National Minorities Day. On the event, President Mamnoon Hussain, Minister for Religious Affairs Sardar Mohammad Yousaf and representatives from different strolls of life were likewise present.

Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah, precisely 70 years prior, amid his deliver to Constituent Assembly on eleventh August 1947, had characterized the state arrangement in clear words that “You may belong to any religion or caste or creed — that has nothing to do with the business of the State.” Ramesh Kumar expressed that Quaid-e-Azam had extremely positive approach about the dynamic part of Non-Muslim minorities in the recently framed Pakistan. “The incorporation of Non-Muslims including Jogandhara Nath Mandal and Sir Zafarullah Khan demonstrates his dedication for giving equivalent rights and chances to every one of the groups living in Pakistan,” he additionally said.

Dr Ramesh Vankwani was of the view that “minorities” itself speaks to the thin attitude and following the constitution of Pakistan, it is smarter to utilize “Non-Muslims” authoritatively. “There is another misinterpretation among masses about our national banner,” he stated, while encouraging this is extremely uncalled for to isolate the national banner on the premise of separation. He underscored that green shading in Pakistani banner reflects thriving, aspiration and congruity while white shading identifies with peace for all nationals.

Dr Ramesh said that a minority-friendly society could likewise be gainful to extend the positive picture of the nation on worldwide level. On the event, he likewise represented softening the visa approaches for journeys, and state insurance of hallowed love places having a place with Non-Muslims.

“Dr Ramesh proposed to organize national annual awards in honor of prominent Non-Muslim Pakistani citizens to acknowledge their contribution for national development”.

Dr Ramesh additionally said that all Pakistani native must demonstrate their responsibility regarding advance national and interfaith agreement in their normal dealings, and the entire discourse of Quaid-e-Azam on eleventh August must be make some portion of school educational modules.