LAHORE Governor Punjab Sardar Latif Khosa has said that Interfaith harmony was need of hour and those involved in terrorist activities have no link with Islam. He said that those showering rose petals on Mumtaz Qadri were not the representatives of the Lawyer community. He expressed these views while addressing a ceremony in connection with Easter celebrations of Chiristian community at governor house on Sunday. The ceremony was attended by Bishop of Lahore Alexander John Malik, Senator Dr. Kahlid Ranjha, Director Pakistan Baitul Mall, Tariq Malik, Christian community including Christian lawyers. He said that Pakistan government was safeguarding the rights of minorities in every field of life. He said that Islam was a religion of peace and harmony and as per teaching of Islam murder of a man was parallel to the murder of the whole humanity. He said that gathering of Christians at governor house on Sunday in connection with Easter reflected that Pakistan government believed in good relationship with all the minorities in the country. He said that Pakistan government wanted to bring the minorities in mainstream. While speaking on the occasion Bishop of Lahore, Alexander John Malik said that Christians were never involved in corruption in any field of life including politics, education and health. He said that Christians always served Muslims in politics, Education and Health sectors. The governor in the end also distributed Rs. 5000 among the 300 deserving Christians families for Easter.