KARACHI: The chief of Dawat-e-Islami Maulana Ilyas Qadri condemned public’s annihilating the government inventory in rage.
Expressing his views about Pakistan and the government, Mr Qadri rejected the act of demolishing the ‘public property’. Convincing the audience, he tried to make them understand that they turn out to be pernicious for the country when they go for tearing down whatever come into their way.
He said that such sort of actions are not in favour of the country.
Further, he was of the view that it’s a blessing that we are living in such a nice country where we have liberty to do many such things which we can’t do in any other country in the world.
In his sermon, he tried to educate his followers that ‘Human Rights’ are very important and that whoever run the government is also a human being that is not ‘flawless’.
Meanwhile, it has been observed many times that whenever Pakistani public go for demonstrating their protests against any injustice, they begin to destroy whatever come into their ways.