Love, devotion of Holy Prophet part of Muslims’ faith: Sarwar

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Amraiz Khan

Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar has said that love and devotion of the Holy Prophet (SAWW) is a part of our faith and there will be no compromise on this matter.

The governor said that every single Muslim has immense love for Prophet Mohammad (SAWW) and disrespect of our beloved prophet is extremely hurtful for all Muslims.

Chaudhry Sarwar said that the time has come for the Muslim Ummah to unite so that no one in the world can disrespect the honour of the Prophet.

The West must also understand that those who blaspheme the Prophet are the greatest enemies of peace and humanity.

They should not only be barred from doing so but there should be strict legislation about it because this is not freedom of expression but it will incite violence and intolerance, he added.

The Punjab governor said that Prime Minister Imran Khan is initiating a campaign to unite Muslim countries around the world so this issue can be raised in the United Nations and European Union and when the entire Muslim world will be united, the world will have to pay heed to our demands.

The Benefactor of Humanity Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) has taught peace, respect for humanity, equality and justice, he maintained.

SECRETARY EXCISE LAUDS PSCA WORKING
Secretary Excise and Taxation Punjab Waqas Ali Mahmood accompanied by a delegation on Wednesday visited Punjab Safe Citizens Authority (PSCA) Headquarters.

Chief Operating Officer Muhammad Kamran Khan briefed the delegation about the working of the authority and electronic challan system.

On the occasion, a joint meeting was held regarding traffic e-challan and excise data in which important decisions were taken for public convenience and better service delivery.

Chief Operating Officer Muhammad Kamran Khan informed during the meeting that the Safe Cities Authority was issuing e-challans for violations of traffic rules in the city.

He said that a crackdown on vehicles with fake number plates and suspicious vehicles was also going on indiscriminately.

The Chief Operating Officer said that due to the efforts of Safe Cities Authority and Traffic Police, the number of fatal accidents in the city has been reduced by 40%.

Talking on the occasion, Secretary Excise and taxation Waqas Ali Mahmood said that the electronic ticketing center and traffic team of Safe Cities Authority was doing an excellent job.

He said that the excise department would share the updated and complete address database of vehicle owners with the Safe Cities Authority so that the citizens could receive their E-challans at their homes in time.

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