Govt foiled anti Pakistan plots: Ahsan

SIALKOT-Federal Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal has said that Pakistan has successfully foiled the international conspiracy of spreading sectarian violence on religious grounds.
He said that the international lobbies never wanted to see Pakistan as politically and economically stable due to which they were busy hatching conspiracies against Pakistan. He stated this while addressing Seerat Conference held at Narowal.
The interior minister said that Pakistan had successfully launched Pakistan China Economic Corridor Project, adding that India had become sleepless after the launch of the grand CPEC project. It was an ample proof of everlasting friendship of Pakistan and China, he said. He further said that now India was also hatching international conspiracies to sabotage the project. India still remains unable to digest the CPEC Project, he added.
Ahsan stressed a need for unity of the Muslim Ummah to crush the anti-Islam conspiracies, saying that the time was high now for the Muslim world to forge unity and shun their differences for the glory of Islam.
He expressed complete solidarity with the oppressed people of Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Myanmar, Palestine, Egypt, Libya, Iraq and Syria. He alleged that the non-believers wanted to sabotage the peace of the Muslim Ummah by hatching anti-Islam conspiracies. He said that Pakistan was passing through very hard time due to which it has now become vital to promote national unity, faith, discipline, sovereignty and solidarity in the country for curbing the menace of the global anti Islam and anti Pakistan by the non-believers.
Terrorists have no religion, as every religion of the world gives the lesson of love and peace and respect of the humanity, he said. He added that the present wave of terrorism was a conspiracy against the Muslim Ummah. He urged the Ulema to play their pivotal role in promoting religious harmony, brotherhood, unity and peace in the society.

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