Punjab Government announces Rehmat-ul-Ulameen Scholarship.
According to CM Punjab Usman Bazdar, that this fund will be increased every year in the month of Rabi-ul-Awal. According to details, during a press conference in Lahore. Punjab Chief Minister Usman Bazdar said that love for the Prophet is part of our faith, He said our heart is broken when sketches are shown in France. The international community should play a role in preventing such mischievous acts. The West cannot tolerate insults in the name of the Muslim Prophet.
The Punjab Chief Minister said that a documentary in honour of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) would be made as well with Rehmat-ul-Ulameen Scholarship. The documentary would also be aired in English and French subtitles, while official functions would be held in the month of Rabi-ul-Awal.
Earlier, the federal government had announced the celebration of Ishq-e-Rasool week across the country. The week of Ishq-e-Rasool will continue from 12th to 18th Rabi-ul-Awal.
In the meeting, it was suggested to celebrate the Ishq-e-Rasool. Prime Minister Imran Khan agreed with the proposal of Minister for Religious Affairs Pir Noor-ul-Haq Qadri. Furthermore, he was directed to prepare a final plan for Ishq-e-Rasool on Saturday. At the same time, other provinces will also observe Ishq-e-Rasool on Saturday as directed by the federal government.
Prime Minister decided to take up the issue of blasphemy and sketches. In his honour at the World Forum and wrote letters to Muslim rulers on blasphemous sketches. He wrote separate letters to the heads of all Muslim countries. In which Muslim countries were asked to unite and solidarity on the issue of blasphemous sketches.