JI to pace up campaign for protection of blasphemy laws

March 18, 2016 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Karachi has decided to pace up their campaign to protect the blasphemy laws, as well as, the Constitution.

This was decided in a high-level meeting held at JI Karachi headquarters, Idara Noor e Haq led by the JI Karachi chief Engr. Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rehman.

Speaking on the occasion, Engr. Naeem said that notables from all walks of life and representing all sects would be taken on board in this regard.

He said that the masses have already made it clear before the regime that the nation would not tolerate any attempt to amend the blasphemy laws.

It was also decided in the meeting that an all parties’ conference would be held in this regard.

Furthermore Tahaffuz Namoos-e-Risaalat committees would be established at district and town level.

Besides this, a signature campaign, publicity campaign, documentary screening, corner meetings, lectures, seminars and other means of spreading awareness would be utilized to sensitize masses in this regard.

The JI leader concluded that Pakistani people are proud of being slaves of the Holy Prophet Mohammad (Peace Be Upon Him) and will not let the so-called rulers allow to impose the foreign agendas on masses.