LAHORE : The Milli Yakjehti Council, a conglomeration of religious parties in the country, has called upon the government to expose the elements who tried to amend the laws concerning the Khatm e Nabuwwat and take stringent action against them.
The MYC at its meeting held at Rawalpindi, said that the political drama of the government in this regard were causing discontent and provocation among the masses.
Briefing the media after the meeting, MYC President Sahibzada Abul Khair Muhammad Zubair and Secretary General, Liaqat Baloch, also demanded the removal of the Punjab Law Minister from his office for his statement in support of the Qadyanis in violation of the constitution.
They also demanded immediate release of Jamat Al Dawa chief Hafiz Muhammad Saeed who had been under unlawful house arrest, in order to send a positive message to the Kashmiris struggling for freedom.
Those attending the meeting included Allam Sajid Naqvi, Prof. Abdur Rahman Makki, Ibtisam Elahi Zaheer, Abdul Raheem Naqshbandi, Hafiz Aakif Saeed, Pir Moeenud Din Koreja, Qari Zaheer Akhtar Mansoori and Nurul Hasan Gilani.
The MYC chief said that the government had been persistently hatching conspiracies against the Finality of the Holy Prophet and instead of exposing the elements behind the recent move, it was the still protecting them.
He pointed out that a bloc in the Quaid e Azam University, Islamabad had been named after a Qadyani and in spite of protests, it had not been changed and the issue had been hushed up.
He said that the Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah had openly supported the Qadyanis but no action had been taken against him.
He said that on one hand, the government was issuing ads in the print media that the issue of the amendment relating to the Khatme Nabuwwat had been resolved, but on the other hand, clauses 7-8 and 7-c of the Electoral reforms had been deleted. He said that until and unless, these clauses were restored, the issue would not be resolved. He said that the religious parties would start a movement if the issue was not settled accordingly.
Liaqat Baloch said that the government had taken some major decisions under the cover of electoral reforms and had even deviated from the constitution. He said that Punjab Law Minister was committing more mistakes instead of seeking forgiveness for his crime.
A 10-member committee was set up at the meeting to chalk out the line of action for a countrywide movement on the issue of the enforcement of the Nizam e Mustafa.
Originally published by INP