No Muslim can compromise on finality of Prophethood: Ahsan Iqbal

Islamabad: Minister for Interior Ahsan Iqbal while condemning the kidnapping of police personal by Tehreek-e-Labaik Ya Rasool Allah (TLR) fallowers on Monday has warned them not to take law in their hand.

According to the statement issued to press here, he said that no Mulsim can compromise on the finality of Prophethood (Khatm-e-Nabuwat) and the entire nation is united to defend the finality of prophethood adding that it was not be appropriate to create division among the nation.

Making the lives of patients, students and the general public miserable, was in no way love for the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). “Even, the teachings of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) tell us to respect the rights of every human being,” he added.

The minister said the Tehreek-e-Labaik Ya Rasool Allah (TLR) and their leaders were constitutionally allowed to register a peaceful protest and he warned them not to take the law into their hands.

Ahsan Iqbal also condemned the kidnapping of police personnel and termed it a severe crime.

He said maintenance of peace in the country was obligation of all the citizens. Anti-Pakistan forces were utilizing picture of the protesters and speeches to defame Pakistan at the international level, he added.

He said the government was making efforts to avoid violence and was also aware of the inconvenience that was being caused to the general public.

Meanwhile, the minister along with minister CADE Tariq Fazal Chaudhry visited Shaheed Captain Junaid Hafeez’s home in Burma Town Islamabad and prayed to Almighty Allah to rest his soul in eternal peace and grant patience to the bereaved families.

Captain Junaid Hafeez and Sipoy Raham were martyered in an attack on border post  of Pakistan Army by terrorists  from Afghanistan side on the Pak-Afghan border area in Bajour Agency.



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