LAHORE: The treasury and opposition lawmakers have unanimously determined to ban all books containing derogatory content material concerning the companions of the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) throughout the 22nd session of the Punjab Meeting (PA).
The meeting session was organised at an area lodge in Lahore to facilitate adherence to security protocols because the PA corridor was not designed to accommodate all members whereas they maintained social distance.
PA Speaker Chaudhary Parvaiz Elahi whereas chairing the session of the decrease home directed the authorities to ban all books propagating hate concerning the companions of Muhammad (peace be upon him). “It is alarming that how these books hit the racks and are readily available in the markets across a country that was made in the name of Islam,” he remarked.
The banned books embody ‘The First Muslim’, ‘After the Prophet’ and ‘Short History of Islam’. Furthermore, the home additionally handed a unanimous decision to pay tribute to those that misplaced their lives to Covid-19 together with PA members. Members additionally prayed for the departed souls of the plane tragedy.
The providers of frontline troopers within the combat towards the pandemic significantly police officers and medical doctors have been lauded in a decision moved by Legislation Minister Raja Basharat. It’s value mentioning that the routine enterprise of Punjab Meeting was not performed on Friday.
Printed in The Specific Tribune, June 6th, 2020.