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Staff Report LAHORE: It is the responsibility of the government to provide safety to the minorities in the countries, said Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Sunday. After visiting the Gardi Shahu, the sacred place of Ahmedis dozens of innocent people were killed and several others injured few days back, he told media that the terrorists...

SAMAA | - Posted: May 30, 2010 | Last Updated: 11 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: May 30, 2010 | Last Updated: 11 years ago

Staff Report

LAHORE: It is the responsibility of the government to provide safety to the minorities in the countries, said Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Sunday.

After visiting the Gardi Shahu, the sacred place of Ahmedis dozens of innocent people were killed and several others injured few days back, he told media that the terrorists of Southern Punjab have come on surface and the government will eliminate them soon.

He urged that moral of the nation should not be reduced with these heinous acts. Various organizations are working to destabilize the country and the government has declared 29 organizations illegal. The terrorism is not the issue of Punjab only but it prevails everywhere, he added.

Rehman Malik said that there are 44 percent religious seminaries in Punjab. The real Jihad is to fight against terrorists.

He said that Taliban are working with Laskhar-e Jhangvi and Sippah-e Sahaba. SAMAA

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