Farooq urges Muslims to follow Prophet (PBUH)

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Bashir Ahmad Rehmani

Hafizabad

Special Assistant to the Chief Minister for Youth Affairs and Sports, Punjab, Malik Umer Farooq has said that Milad-e-Mustafa (Sallallah-o-Alaihe wa Alehi wa Sallam) will calibrate with religious enthusiasm and zeal according to the directions of the government.

While addressing the meeting of District Peace and Interfaith Harmony Committee, Hafizabad, on Monday evening at district complex Hafizabad, he said that Federal government was celebrating Ashra Rehmat-ul-Lilalameen will continue till 13th of Rabi ul Awal in the country while the Punjab government was also celebrating Hafta Shan Rehmat-ul-Lilalameen in the province whereas in this connection, Naat, Qurit and speech competitions were being held in educational institution of the Punjab.

He said that Allah almighty has sent Hazoor Nabi Karem Sallallah-o-Alaihe wa Alehi wa Sallam Khatam-un-Nabiyyeen as Rehmat-ul-Lilalameen and it is need of the hour that we should follow footsteps and implement on golden teaching of Hazoor Nabi Karem Sallallah-o-Alaihe wa Alehi wa Sallam Khatam-un-Nabiyyeen for promoting interfaith harmony, tolerance, unity, brotherhood among society to shun our mutual differences for the dignity of Islam and progress and prosperity of the country.

Deputy Commissioner Rana Saleem Ahmad Khan, DPO Muhammad Masoom, local ulema, religious leader of Christian community, members peace committee attended the meeting.

Umer Farooq further said that preparation were underway to celebrate the Milad-un-Nabi (Sallallah-o-Alaihe wa Alehi wa Sallam) with religious zeal and respect.

He said that aim of holding of Seerat Conferneces, Mahafil-e-Milad to enlighten the youth and new generation with teaching and life of the prophet Muhammad Sallallah-o-Alaihe wa Alehi wa Sallam Khatam-un-Nabiyyeen.

The Special Assistant also presided over the meeting of Emergency Board Hafizabad. The meeting was told that all security and other necessary arraignments have been finalised including cleanliness on the rout of processions in the district.

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