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Imran Khan condemns Nankana Sahib incident, says to follow ‘zero tolerance’


Atta Ur Rehman KhanWeb Editor & Columnist

05th Jan, 2020. 10:34 pm
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ISLAMABADPakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday condemned the recent incident of vandalism at the Nankana Sahib.

Imran Khan said, it goes against his “vision” and the government will show “zero tolerance” against those involved in it.

PM has also set apart the difference between a recent altercation between two groups near Gurdwara Janam Asthan in Nankana Sahib and the ongoing anti-Muslim campaign in India.

Prime Minister Imran Khan laid down the difference between the Nankana Sahib incident and the ongoing anti-Muslim campaign in India by pointing out that while Narendra Modi backs state oppression against minorities, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government has zero-tolerance towards it.

PM Imran maintained the incident was against his vision for Pakistan and “will find zero-tolerance and protection from the government including the police and judiciary”.

He went on to add that the incident could not be equated with what was happening in India against the minorities especially Muslim.

“In contrast, Modi’s RSS vision supports minorities oppression & the targeted attacks against Muslims are part of this agenda,” he wrote. “RSS goons conducting public lynchings, Muslims being violated by mobs are all not only supported by Modi government but Indian police leads anti-Muslim attacks.”

Nankana Sahib Incident: The accused will be dealt soon, says Ijaz Shah

Earlier on today, Interior Minister Ijaz Shah said that the authorities will deal with accused persons in accordance with the law in Nankana Sahib Incident.

The accused persons will be dealt in accordance with the law in Nankana Sahib Incident, he said.

Ijaz Shah, while talking to media, reiterated that the government stands alongside with the minority community.

He said the enemies of the country busy in making conspiracies and such anti-state elements wanted to destroy the atmosphere of brotherhood in the country.

The interior minister vowed that he will serve the nationals including the people belonging to the minorities’ community.

Shah termed those going against the religious tolerance as ‘biggest enemies of the country”.

Ijaz Shah said, media and social media will expose the truth in the incident.

 

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