NA speaker will write to world parliaments: ISLAMABAD: National Assembly Audio speaker Asad Qaisar will certainly create letters to the speakers/presiding officers of the world parliaments to increase the concern of blasphemy in their parliaments for bringing an end to this technique as it was harming the religious beliefs of Muslims on the pretext of freedom of speech.
Punjab Governor Ch Sarwar as well as previous speaker and also Minister for Inter-Provincial Sychronisation Dr Fehmida Mirza consulted with National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser at the Parliament House Tuesday.
Conversation between them focused on the rising trend of blasphemous comments and also desecration of spiritual views of Muslims in the Western countries.
It was agreed that the Muslim parliamentarians from Europe as well as North America would be come close to, requesting them to increase the concern of blasphemy in their corresponding parliaments.
They concurred that valuing religious views of each other would certainly assist to coexist.
Asad Qaiser said Europe was quite delicate about the Holocaust, whereas at the same time articulation of blasphemous comments versus Holy Prophet (PBUH), harming the sentiments of Muslims was taking place unrelenting.
He prompted the Western powers to establish very same criterion for the Holocaust as well as blasphemy. He stated such disregard to the spiritual beliefs was not acceptable on the pretext of free speech.
He stated desecration of spiritual beliefs of Muslims was developing barriers instead developing bridges. Sharing his sights, Punjab guv stated he had been keeping a network of Muslim MPs while he was member of the British Parliament.
He said he would restore the network though his connections for increasing the problem in the British Parliament.
Inter-Provincial Coordination Minister Dr Fehmida Mirza said articulation of cursing statements have actually severely harmed the spiritual views of Muslims around the globe.
She said Muslim parliamentarians all over the world must elevate the concern in their corresponding parliaments. She assured that she would certainly engage with the woman legislators to raise the problem in their respective parliaments.