PM'S Special Assistant's Video Message : PM To Visit KSA To Meet Leadership, Perform Umrah

Pakistan strongly condemned the European Parliament's Resolution which contradicts the ground realities and based on misconception.

In a video message, PM'S Special Assistant on Religious Harmony Maulana Tahir Ashrafi said, Pakistan has reported no case of blasphemy and forced conversion during the last seven months.

He said, all minorities in Pakistan enjoy full freedom to exercise their religious rights.

Tahir Ashrafi said, the Prime Minister will visit Saudi Arabia to meet Saudi Leadership and Perform Umrah and will also interact with Pakistani community during his stay in the Kingdom.

He stated that Prime Minister Imran Khan also held meeting with the envoys of Islamic Countries and urged them to adopt a unanimous stance on blasphemy issue.

Tahir Ashrafi said, Saudi Arabia has also announced to build a Mosque in Islamabad which is a welcoming step.

The Mosque will be built on 80 kanal area with a capacity of twelve thousand people. A library and an Islamic Research Center will also be part of the project.

He said, Pakistan enjoys strong brotherly ties with Saudi Arabia.