PUC to carry out Muslim Awareness Caravan from 27th

LAHORE: Pakistan Ulema Council (PUC) would complete a countrywide battle for annihilation of fanaticism, psychological warfare and partisan brutality, and to express solidarity for safeguard and security of Harmain Al Sharifain.

Pakistan Ulema Council’s common official body meeting was hung on Sunday under the seat of PUC Chairman Hafiz Tahir Mehmood Ashrafi. It was chosen that the committee would do ‘Muslims Awareness Caravan’ from Lahore to Rahim Yar Khan with a mean to bring issues to light among individuals about facing difficulties of the Muslim world. The rally would begin from Nov 27 until Nov 30.

“PUC likewise chose to mastermind ‘Solidarity of Ummah Conference’ in the primary week of December,” said PUC Chairman Ashrafi, including that rocket assault Mecca by Houthi revolt tribes of Yemen is equivalent to assault on whole Muslim people group. He said the chamber would likewise orchestrate a ‘World Ulemas Conference’ against this fearful assault of Houthi tribes.

While denouncing the impact in Shah Noorani Shrine, Ashrafi said that adversaries of Pakistan needed to make partisan brutality in the nation to thwart the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) extend, including that CPEC would be finished and connivances of foes would be thwarted. He said that whole country is joined for the reason for CPEC.

Reacting to a question, Ashrafi said that PUC would partake in next general decisions of the nation. “We need straightforward responsibility procedure to win and focusing on a particular political gathering and individual would be nothing with the exception of exploitation. Either Panamagate or newsgate, the country is sitting tight for straightforward equity to be made,” he included. The PUC administrator likewise declared arrangement of ‘Darul Aftha’ in Pakistan to give ideological and religious direction to the general population.

The PUC meeting was gone to by region office bearers including Hafiz Amjad Muhawia from Gujarawala, Maulana Faheemul Hassan from Sheikhupura, Maulana Azam Farooq from Faisalabad, Maulana Saadullah from Toba Tek Singh, Maulana Ahmed Makki from Muzafargarh, Mufti Umar Farooq from Khanewal, Maulana Saadullah from Rahim Yar Khan, Maulana Hafizur Rehman from Rawalpindi, Maulana Tariq Nadeem from Pakpatan, Maulana Abu Bakar from Chakwal and Maulana Waqar Usmani from Sargodha.

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