Governor calls for national unity to thwart enemies’ designs


Staff Reporter

Sindh Governor Imran Ismail along with Minister for Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony Dr. Noorul Haq Qadri visited Jamia-Tur-Rasheed here on Sunday.
Federal Minister for Religious Affairs Pir Noor-ul-Haq Qadri, Quaid-e-Awan Senator Dr Shehzad Waseem, Member National Assembly Saifullah Mehsud, Member Sindh Assembly Haleem Adil Sheikh and Rabistan Khan were also present on the occasion.
Talking to media persons during the visit, Imran Ismail called for national unity to thwart designs of enemies. He maintained that Pakistan’s enemies were trying to create misunderstanding and mistrust between the army and the masses.
The governor said that baseless propaganda was being spread against the armed forces to weaken the country. He said that the country was going through its most critical period and urged the religious scholars to play their role and help government meet the challenges.
On the occasion, Minister for Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony Noorul Haq Qadri vehemently condemned the elements spearheading poisonous smear campaign against the country’s vital institutions from London and Delhi.
He said Pakistan is the bastion of Islam and the services and sacrifices offered by the soldiers of Pakistan Army were unmatched. Qadri said that the conspiracies being hatched against the country would be foiled.
Imran Ismail has said that Pakistan is the stronghold of Islam and Pakistan is also the first nuclear power in the Islamic world. In the current situation in the region, we have to show our unity, solidarity, harmony and full and ideal interconnection. At the moment, the eyes of the enemy are on the armed forces and they are also afraid of this great force. Now, once again, they are trying to spread misgivings between the armed forces and the people.
On the occasion, the governor was briefed in detail about the religious and modern education imparted in Jamiat-ur-Rasheed. Appreciating the educational efforts of Jamiat-ur-Rasheed, the Governor said that it is undoubtedly a complete school where religious as well as secular education is being provided to the children. Mufti Abdul Rahim, Patron of Jamiat-ur-Rasheed, said that the Ulema are with both the state and the government and we want them to work for the elimination of all kinds of differences in the country. He further said that in this regard, the challenges facing the country can be successfully met with the consultation of religious scholars.