Sana ullah ensures TNFJ delegation to take steps for resolving their problems


A representative delegation of Tehreek e Nifaz e Fiqah Jafariya Pakistan led by TNFJ’s Central Secretary for Public Relations Syed Hassan Kazmi met with the Federal Minister for Interior Rana Sana ullah.

The meeting discussed important matters including the problems faced by Maktab e Tashayyo visa vis the constitutional and religious rights and issues related to upcoming Muharram ul Haraam. The delegation also presented written proposals and recommendations to the Federal Interior Minister.

The TNFJ’s delegation reminded that Majalis and mourning processions of Azadari held in memoir of the savior of humanity Hazrat Imam Hussain depict the glory and dignity of Islam as well as protection of the human and moral values hence, participated by not only the Shia community but members of other sects and religions also. However, for the last few years, unjustifiable restrictions have been imposed on the programs of Azadari where the respect of Chadar and Chardeewari was violated by stopping Majalis e Aza held inside the four walls, banning of peaceful Ulama and Zakireen in various districts and FIRs registered against innocent Azadars and organizers of Majalis in different parts of the country. TNFJ delegation demanded that the programs of Azadari must be protected in accordance with the Moosavi-Junejo agreement of 21st May 1985 besides lifting unjust restrictions.

On this occasion, the Federal Minister for Interior Rana Sana ullah expressed his love and reverence for the sacred personalities of Ahl ul Bait (A.S) expressed complete consensus with the demands of TNFJ and assured full support and concrete actions to resolve stated problems. Rana Sanaullah said that ensuring delivery of equal rights for all sects as per the constitution of Pakistan is the aim and objective of the government and will be ensured.

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