The federal minister for Religious affairs, Hamid Saeed Kazmi has strongly rebutted recent media reports, that he had ever sought moral support of religious organizations over recently surfacing Hajj corruption, saying that some elements were busy on his character assassination. According to Media reports, federal religious minister had strongly rejected the news that he had ever sought the support of Ahle-Sunnat organization over recently surfacing Hajj corruption, and these organizations had refused outrightly. The minister has made it clear that his faith and sectarian standing was not a hidden fact, and he could never think of seeking support of particular schools of thought, which might make him a controversial topic. However if some elements wanted to eke out political mileage out of carrying out his media assassination, it would be their own doing, he remarked.