Mushaikh & Ulema demand of Govt. to control preaching of Qadiyaniat through internet

SIALKOT: Pakistan Mashaikh and Ulema Council have urged the government to make concrete efforts to control the preaching of Qadiyaniat on internet in Pakistan.

Addressing the participants of Khatam-e-Nabuwat Conference held at Sialkot Press Club here Saturday, Central Chief of Pakistan Mashaikh and Ulema Council Sahibzada Pir Syed Munawar Hussain Shah Jamaati Sajjada Nasheen Darbar e Aalia Ali Pur Seyyedan vowed to sacrifice even their life to ensure the Khatame Nabuwat and for the glory of Islam, besides, curbing the menace of worldwide anti-Islam conspiracies by the nonbelievers.

Central Patron-in-chief Pir Syed Saif Ullah Gillani, Chairman Allama Dr. Mufti Najeeb Ahmed Hashmi and Allama Pir Muhammad Tabassum Bashir Awaisi also addressed the conference and they vowed to continue their struggle to ensure the Khatam-e-Nabuwat in Pakistan.

The speakers sought the active cooperation of the Ulema belonging to all sects to come forward and play their pivotal role in forging religious and sectarian harmony, unity, peace, faith and brotherhood. They said that sectarian harmony and unity among the ranks of the Muslims was the need of the hour, which could help resolve the problems being faced to the Ummah.

Early, they took out a Khatam-e-Nabuwat rally from Sialkot Cantt to Allama Iqbal Chowk city. A large number of the people participated in the rally, which ended there after passing through all the main roads in Sialkot city.

Sialkot SP Investigation Asad Sarfraz Khan told the newsmen here that the local police had made foolproof security arrangements to avert any untoward incident on this occasion.

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