Kakar distributes cheques among Christian victims of Jaranwala

Says govt fully capable of protecting religious minorities.

ISLAMABAD: Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaarul Haq Kakar visited Jaranwala today to express solidarity with the victims of Christian community, where he distributed checques worth two million rupees each amongst the affected people.

The Prime Minister also reviewed the renovation and rehabilitation work of churches and other structures that were damaged by miscreants.

Speaking on the occasion, he assured that no compromise will be made on the protection of minorities as they too are equal citizens of the country. He said there is utmost clarity amongst all the state institutions that minorities are an integral part of Pakistan as per the constitution.    

Kakar said the state of Pakistan is fully capable not only to protect its citizens, but to defeat foes of peace in the country and the region. He said the government does not believe in majoritarianism and it will resist this fascist agenda of destabilizing the region. He said such elements are enemies of Pakistan and the humanity.

The Prime Minister further reiterated his conviction to pursue and eliminate the enemies of peace and minority communities living in Pakistan.

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