The National Assembly on Tuesday collectively passed a joint determination to implement blasphemy law in Pakistan by censuring the profane substance via web-based networking media.
According to the Media, the determination demanding the blocking of impious online networking pages was moved by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz lawmaker Captain (retd) Muhammad Safdar.
In the meantime, the Punjab Assembly additionally embraced a comparable determination to apply the blasphemy law in Pakistan by censuring the irreverent substance on different online networking stages. Prior, the Lower House of Parliament continued its session in Islamabad with Deputy Speaker Murtaza Javed Abbasi in the seat.
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The blasphemy law in Pakistan improvement came a day after the issue of affirmed irreverent material via web-based networking media dominated the NA on Monday where some treasury individuals went to the outrageous, demanding that the administration force a sweeping restriction via web-based networking media. Safdar, the leader’s child in law, made a passionate discourse on a point of request. He additionally praised Islamabad High Court judge Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui for taking a firm position on the issue.
He said that with profane substance still accessible via web-based networking media, he doesn’t see the Cyber Crime Act being actualized. Why are we being compelled to lay our lives on the issue? Why does the PTA not force a restriction via web-based networking media? This is going to lead the nation towards insurgency, Safdar asserted. The PM Nawaz Sharif has requested Federal Interior Minister Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan to make quick move against profane substance via web-based networking media. Those behind this heinous crime ought to be managed, immediately, the chief coordinated Chaudhary Nisar. The Prime Minister additionally expressed that he should be informed about day by day advancements on the issue.
Online impious material is a push to hurt the feeling of the Muslim Ummah, said Nawaz. Love and regard for Prophet (PBUH) is genuine riches and fortune for Muslims. The chief attested that blasphemy is an inexcusable crime according to the blasphemy law in Pakistan. All concerned state institutions must work according to the guideline of the court, he expressed.