Damage to one’s country falls under the category of hostility, Shafqat Mahmood
Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mahmood said on Saturday that we are ready to die for the sake of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).
Addressing media today, he said that anti-Islamic attitudes against the government will not work.
Talking about the protests that happened recently, he also expressed concern that police officers were tortured, more than 600 police officers were wounded.
Mahmood added that the situation would have been settled through negotiations. Maintaining peace is the responsibility of the state, he added.
Above all, Shafqat Mahmood said that damage to one’s country and property falls under the category of hostility.
Prime Minister Imran Khan has warned that the government took action against Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan under anti-terrorism law when it challenged the writ of the state and used street violence.
He tweeted on Saturday that TLP attacked the public and the law enforcers. He said no one can be above the law and the constitution.
Moreover, the premier added that extremists abroad who indulge in Islamophobia and racist slurs hurt and cause pain to 1.3 billion Muslims across the globe.
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