Sarwar flays Indian oppression against minorities


Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar, condemning the construction of Hindu temple on Babri Mosque site, said that desecularisation of India, on birthday of Jawahar Lal Nehru, is signal for Muslims that India doesn’t belong to them anymore in Narendara Modi regime.
Talking to a delegation headed by Maulana Idrees Ahmed, Imam of Glasgow Central Mosque, at Governor House Lahore on Thursday, Ch Sarwar said, “We are providing constitutional and political rights to minorities in Pakistan. World must break silence on oppression against Indian minorities.”
The governor also visited home of late CEO Urban Unit Khalid Sherdil who embraced martyrdom in plane crash incident.
He condoled bereaved family and assured them every possible support from government. He said that Khalid Sherdil was heart of civil service of Pakistan.
He said that the deceased not only provided profound assistance to government in fighting Corona Virus by augmenting institutional capacity of Urban Unit, but he played vital role in improving functioning of many other government institutions.
“We will not forget his great services for nation of Pakistan. Government is conducting free and fair investigation of crash. We will not let any stone unturned in revealing the accurate reason of plane crash. Inquiry will not only trace all culprits but exemplary punishment will be awarded to them”, he added.
Ch Sarwar further stated that New York Times has revealed the failure of Modi government in addressing Corona pandemic. Moreover, Corona virus lockdown in India also revealed the systematic economic oppression against Muslims of India.
He said, Islamophobia in Europe has become vital issue which should be addressed at forum of United Nations security Council.