ISLAMABAD: Ulema having a place with the four standard ways of thinking on Tuesday criticized self-proclaimed vigilantism and requested severe lawful activity against those behind lynching of Sri Lankan public Priyantha Kumara in Sialkot last week.
The ministers named the killing an extrajudicial homicide as well as called it un-Islamic after a sympathy meeting with Sri Lankan High Commissioner Mohan Wijewickrama at the Sri Lankan High Commission in Islamabad.
The ulema’s designation was driven by Hafiz Tahir Ashrafi, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Religious Harmony and Middle East. He said that individuals from the designation addressed the nation and they had a place with different ways of thinking from all areas of the country.
After the gathering with the Sri Lankan minister, the director of Council of Islamic Ideology (CII), Dr Qibla Ayaz, read out a joint affirmation and said that the whole circumstance was against the lessons of heavenly Quran and Sunnah, the Constitution of Pakistan and the laws winning in the country.
CII assertion certifies there is no spot of radicalism in Islam
“It was a coldhearted demonstration and to blame somebody for lewdness without evidence isn’t as per Sharia,” Dr Ayaz said.
Dr Ayaz said blaming anybody for having submitted disrespect without confirmation was illicit.
He said this demonstration of certain individuals had carried disgrace to the country.
The joint assertion said that strictest conceivable legitimate move should be made against the guilty parties.
The CII administrator said there was a bad situation for fanaticism and brutality in Islam. He encouraged strict researchers to assume their part in evacuating the danger of radicalism from society.
The joint presentation said that Paigham-I-Pakistan was a public report under which all such fierce activities had been restricted.
“The present agent meeting of ulema proclaims that there is a bad situation for brutality and radicalism in Islam,” the statement said.
Sri Lankan High Commissioner Wijewickrama considered the Sialkot occurrence an awful and horrible demonstration, yet added that he was happy with captures of suspects made up until this point and the dispatch of examinations.
“Simultaneously, I have seen throughout the most recent three days that Pakistanis having a place with varying backgrounds have been denouncing the miserable episode,” the high official said.
He recognized that Pakistan and Sri Lanka had both helped each other on various events, adding that the occurrence in Sialkot would not contrarily affect relations between the two nations.
“Our relations are extremely old and reliable, since our freedom as Pakistan became autonomous in 1947 and we became free in 1948,” Mr Wijewickrama said, adding that Mr Kumara’s family would be given a sufficient pay.
The designation included Maulana Abdul Khubair Azad, director of Ruet-I-Hilal Committee; Maulana Abul Khair Zubair, executive of Milli Yakjehti Council; Hamid Saeed Kazmi, previous priest of strict issues; Mufti Taqi Usmani, Allama Amin Shaheedi, Allama Arif Wahidi and Senator Sajid Mir.