Shameful indeed (II)

Published: July 31, 2010

ISLAMABAD: With reference to your report that Prem Chand’s coffin was marked ‘kafir’, may I say that this is indeed very painful and we should all be ashamed of this — if it actually happened. Someone’s religion is never to be discriminated against, and yet we continue to do so in Pakistan. The man who died was young and was a Pakistani. He was a dedicated, young leader.

Published in The Express Tribune, July 31st, 2010.

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  • Jul 31, 2010 - 8:47PM

    With reference to the above post i would like to mention the talk that once me and Prem chand had. we know each other and i used to talk with him in a manner.

    Nauman: Prem, y are you doing things for Pakistan
    Prem: Because i am a Pakistani
    Nauman: so,
    Prem: Nauman, religion come afterwords..Paksitan is my homeland and this is the country who gave me my identity. So better to be Pakistani ratehr than to fight on religion. Its my time to return to Pakistan watever it has given to me.

    May God Bless himRecommend

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