‘Is this your govt’s view?’ Pak’s minority Ahmadiyya asks Imran Khan after minister’s ‘hate campaign’

Imran Khan a Pakistani politician

During a talk show on a private television channel last week, Swati said that he and Prime Minister Imran Khan both “send curse” upon Qadianiyat.

by PTI

NovemLAHORE: Pakistan’s minority Ahmadiyya community on Monday lashed out at Parliamentary Affairs Minister Azam Swati for spearheading a “hate campaign” against it in the backdrop of the opening of the Kartarpur corridor.
A persecuted minority sect, the Ahmadiyya community was declared non-Muslims in Pakistan through a constitutional amendment in 1974. A decade later, they were banned from calling themselves Muslims. Members of the community in Pakistan have often been targeted, including in terror attacks.

 

During a talk show on a private television channel last week, Swati said that he and Prime Minister Imran Khan both “send curse” upon Qadianiyat.

“We ask Prime Minister Khan is this official point of view of the government of Pakistan…?” Ahmadiyya community spokesperson Saleemuddin said in a statement here on Monday.

more:

https://www.newindianexpress.com/world/2019/nov/11/is-this-your-govts-view-paks-minority-ahmadiyya-asks-imran-khan-after-ministers-hate-campaign-2060263.html

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