HAFIZABAD
Any society based on the teachings of holy Quran and Sunnah can guarantee prosperity of a nation.
Additional and Sessions Judge Ch Tajammul Hussain Hunjra said that the Constitution of Pakistan envisages that no law repugnant to the teachings of holy Quran and Sunnah would be enacted. Hence no one including the parliament can dare to violate the Constitution, he added. He stressed that it is, therefore, imperative for the Ulema to enlighten the youth on Islamic teachings to enable them lead their lives according to Islam. This, he said, would pave the way to create a real Islamic society for the progress and prosperity of the country.
He was Fehm-ul-Qural Convention held here at Jinnah Hall on Monday. The convention was chaired by Prof Muhammad Akram Chishti, Chairman Fehm-ul-Qural Council.
Prominent among those who also addressed the convention included former DBA President PM Safdar Kharl, Dr Adeelur Rehman, Prof Imran Habib, Prof Shahid Majeed, Prof Shafqat, Adeel Majeed Jalali and Mufti Attaur Rehman.