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President‚ PM ensure equal treatment for all citizens

National Minorities Day is being observed throughout Pakistan on August 11 (Saturday). President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf have reiterated government’s commitment to ensure equal treatment for all citizens irrespective of their religion‚ caste and creed.
In their messages on the occasion of National Minorities Day on Saturday‚ PM and President called for upholding the ideals of equal rights and complete freedom to everyone to freely profess and practice their religion.
President Zardari said it was on this day in 1947 when Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah in his historic address in the Constituent Assembly outlined the contours of a modern and tolerant Pakistan.
He said the present democratic government inspired by the vision of its great leaders‚ has already taken a number of steps to integrate people of all faiths in the national mainstream.
Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf has said government stands committed to the preservation of rights of minorities in Pakistan and has taken a number of concrete steps for their welfare.
He said Islam ordains equality of rights and protects religious freedom of all faiths.
The Prime Minister said one of the top priorities of the present democratic government is to protect the rights of the minorities and further empower them.



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11 Comments

  1. Dr.M.M.Khan said:

    There is a lot of difference between talk the talk and walk the walk. The present Govt. does only the first one!

  2. desi said:

    Hey Zardari and Ashraf,if you want to preserve the rights of not only the minorities but all Pakistanis,pass the contempt law for all of us and not just you crooks so we can all do wrong and not be held accountable.What rights????? what preservation???? what steps???? which Pakistan and which government are you talking about????If you people are going to lie,atleast don't insult our intelligence.

  3. khalid said:

    A country where the rulers are not only above the law but are also extremely corrupt can never ensure equal rights for every citizen. The only guarantee is to have the speech of Quaid-e-Azam of 11th August 1947, before the constituent assembly of Pakistan as the basis of our constitution. Hindus, Ahmadis, Christians, Shias and linguistic minorities must feel confident to live a respectable life in a country which was created in the name of Islam "peace".

  4. Genesis said:

    There is only a majority day.Minorities are trying to get away as fast as they can

  5. abbas said:

    clown prince zardari and raja's words help fill newspapers columns -what about the rights of Shias who get murdered in your streets on daily basis – you have turned a blind eye as far as the Shias are concerned for you are the stooges of wahabis

  6. Hamid Khan said:

    P.M and President mean that every Pakistani will be F**U**C**K**E**D with exactly in same manner. It means ever one's life will be miserable without discrimnation.

  7. Hamid Khan said:

    making people leave is a well planned strategy. Remember Gilani,s interview with Becky Anderson where he why dont they leave is stopping them. Why Rehman Malik is trying to stop them leaving. Is is not what they want.

  8. pakone said:

    Yea right – ask Salman Taseer that for trying to protect a christian woman from a truly blasphemous law – ask the late minister of minorities Mr. Bhatti – that and the morons celebrating killers like Qadri. Who are you trying to fool? You are sold to wahabi riyals. Now let them open some more madrassahs to brainwash whatever little brain there is left in Pakistan in the name of "religion".

  9. Rizwan said:

    Minorities must leave Pakistan. What is left of Pakistan and all those wahabis.. nuke them to painful death..no one should be alive to give proper funeral to these wahabis who have butchered Christians, Hindus, sikhs, Ahmedyias, Qadians, Hazaras, Balochs and beofre that millions of Bengalis..

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