Religious leadership terms Sialkot incident barbaric, brutal

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Staff Reporter

Joint meeting of the leadership of all the religions and religious schools of thought of Pakistan held here on Sunday in heading of Hafiz Muhammad Tahir Mehmood Ashrafi, Chairman Pakistan Ulema Council, Special Aide to Prime Minister on Religious Harmony and Middle East

Central leadership of all religions of Pakistan including Muslims, Christians, Hindus, Sikhs and all Muslim schools of thought termed the Sialkot tragic incident as barbaric, fatal and brutal.

The religious leadership expressing solidarity with the people of Sri Lanka also apologized on brutal murder of Sri Lankan National factory manager who was lynched to death in tragic Sialkot incident.

The religious leadership also appealed to the Hon’ble Chief Justice to make speedy trial of Sialkot incident and brought to justice all the culprits.

The religious leadership also stated unanimously that Sialkot tragic incident will be strongly condemned in all mosques across the country in Friday congregations and in all Churches and places of worship on Sunday.

Central leaders of all the religions of Pakistan including Muslims, Christians, Hindu, Sikh religions and all Muslim schools of thought termed the Sialkot tragic incident as barbaric and brutal and condemned it vehemently expressing solidarity with the victim’s family and the people of Sri Lanka.

The lynching of the Sri Lankan National factory manager was not religious but of an administrative nature as the slain factory manager used to ask the factory workers to do work with honesty and diligence.

The religious leadership also announced that on Friday, ‘Condemnation Day’ will be observed across the country against tragic incident of Sialkot and public will be given awareness on blasphemy laws.

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