Khatme Nabuwat Conference calls for restrictions on Ahmadi community

Conference claims Mumtaz Qadri committed no offence by killing Salman Taseer and should be released.


Rana Tanveer September 10, 2012

LAHORE: The Khatme Nabuwat Conference ended here on Monday with speakers calling for various measures against the members of the Ahmadi community.

A resolution, proposed by Justice(r) Nazeer Ahmed - member of Islamic Ideology Council, was passed during the Tajdar Khatame Nabuwat Conference, organised by Fidayane Khatame Nabuwat at Aiwan-e-Iqbal on Monday.

The participants of the conference also stated that Malik Mumtaz Qadri, the self-confessed killer of former Punjab Governor Salman Taseer, has not committed any offence by killing him and should be released.

Demanding amendments in the country’s laws, the participants said that the religious activities of the Ahmadi community should be banned in Pakistan and their social activities should be monitored.

The attendees further demanded that Ahmadis should be treated as non-Muslims not only in Pakistan but also in Azad Jammu and Kashmir.

Those who attended the conference include Ruet-e-Hilal committee chairman Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman, MNA Haji Fazal Karim, MNA Captain Safdar, Maulana Syed Irfan Mashhadi, Khadim Hussain Rizvi, Akhtar, Sarwat Ijaz Qadri, Shah Ahmed Awais Norani, Pir Muhammad Afzal Qadri, Dr Raghib Naeemi, Mumtaz Qadri’s father Malik Bashir and his brother Dilpazir Ahmed.

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shahid | 7 years ago | Reply | Recommend

The extremist state of pakistan, these people are ded up on hate and their minds are poisoned by the mullahs and religious extremes, i think i took a good decision to leave from pakistan after a month.

shamamah | 7 years ago | Reply | Recommend

Find out any difference between Buddhist of Burma and official Muslims of Pakistan.

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