Chief Justice should take Suo motu on killing of principal in Shabqadar: PUC

Lahore: Leadership of Pakistan Ulema Council has demanded of Chief Justice of Pakistan to take Suo motu action on killing of a private college principal in Shabqadar to probe the murder. The joint statement issued by Pakistan Ulema Council underlined that Islamic Shariah did not allow anyone to kill any innocent on status of allegations and accusations. The joint statement issued from Pakistan Ulema Council stated that if anyone has committed blasphemy, even then the court owned the mandate to punish the accused of blasphemy.

Self-interpretation of Islamic teachings is maligning Muslims and Islam.

The join statement issued from Pakistan Ulema Council asserted that killing of private college principal in Shabqadar by student of the very college on blasphemy allegations is very alarming as Blasphemy Law is prevalent in the country and no one  individually or at organizational level could not be allowed to kill anyone in accordance of self-interpreted explanation of Islamic Shariah.

Killing of private college principal under Blasphemy allegations is very unfortunate. If the college principal had utter any derogatory remarks intentionally or unintentionally, the people have to move in court instead of taking law in their own hands and killing the college principal subsequently.

Leadership of Pakistan Ulema Council including Hafiz Muhammad Tahir Mehmood Ashrafi, Allama Abdul Haq Mujahid, Maulana Ayub Safdar, Maulana Abdul Kareem Nadeem, Maulana Abdul Hameed Watto, Maulana Matiullah Saeedi, Maulana Shafi Qasmi, Maulana Tahir Aqeel, Maulana Ashfaq Patafi, Maulana Saad Zikriya and Maulana Shafi Qasmi in a joint statement demanded of Chief Justice of Pakistan to take Suo motu action on the killing of private college principal by college student on blasphemy allegations. Sequel of such self-interpreted Islamic teachings and killing of innocents through these unfortunate incidents should come to an end.

Meanwhile, leadership of Pakistan Ulema Council appreciating arrest of Zainab’s killer also demanded of the Chief Justice of Pakistan to ensure speedy justice on this case by taking the killer to task.

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