ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has expressed the confidence that religious scholars will continue to play their pivotal role for promotion of Islamic values, meet the contemporary challenges and check sectarianism in the country.
He said this while talking to prominent religious personalities from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in Islamabad on Monday.
The prime minister stressed that it was important to project the social, cultural and religious values of society to meet the contemporary challenges. In this regard, the religious scholars have an important role.
He noted that the religious scholars had always fulfilled the responsibility of guiding the nation and the government in difficult times.
Prime Minister Imran was confident that the religious personalities would continue to support government’s efforts against COVID-19 and provide guidance to the people to stay safe from the pandemic.
Delegation of National Commission for Minorities calls on PM in Islamabad
PM Imran Khan has called for collective efforts to foil the sordid designs of anti-state elements bent upon instigating chaos in the country under the garb of religion.
He was talking to a delegation of National Commission for Minorities headed by its Chairman Chela Ram Kewlani in Islamabad.
Imran Khan said interfaith harmony was need of the hour. He hoped that the National Commission for Minorities would play its role in this regard.
The PM said the government was committed to protect the constitutional and legal rights of the minorities’ community.