PM reiterates vow to ascertain rule of regulation in Pakistan

Prime Minister Imran Khan addressing the Rehmatul-lil-Alameen conference in Islamabad on the occasion of Eid Milad un Nabi on October 19, 2021. — PID
Prime Minister Imran Khan addressing the Rehmatul-lil-Alameen convention in Islamabad on the event of Eid Milad un Nabi on October 19, 2021. — PID 

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has reiterated his vow to ascertain an exemplary rule of regulation within the nation.

The premier, whereas addressing the Rehmatul-lil-Alameen convention in Islamabad on the event of Eid Milad un Nabi, a day of non secular significance in Islam, stated everybody — regardless of their standing in society — can be equal earlier than the regulation.

“We will have to make the powerful abide by the laws of this country, otherwise, the system will never be corrected […] we cannot win this war unless the rule of law prevails in the country,” he stated.

The 12th of Rabi ul Awal is being celebrated throughout the nation in the present day (Tuesday) with conventional zeal and fervour. It is the anniversary of the beginning of the Holy Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).

At the start of the convention, the premier praised the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and stated that on account of his teachings, Muslims had been ready to achieve quite a bit.

“He stressed Muslims to seek knowledge, even if they have to go to China for the purpose. By acquiring knowledge, Muslims became the greatest scientists of the world in the past,” the PM stated.

The premier added that the Holy Prophet (PBUH) was despatched to this world as a blessing to mankind.

“Whoever follows in the footsteps of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) will succeed in life,” he stated. “Allah has promised that whoever follows the sunnah of his messenger will never fail.”

The premier additionally talked in regards to the prevalent corruption amongst politicians and stated that even these nations that had been attacked with atomic bombs survived and rose once more however nations the place corruption prevails can’t progress.

“You can’t destroy a nation’s principles through bombing, the premier said, adding that a nation is not poor without resources but it becomes poor without law and justice.

The premier went on to say that in order for democracy to be successful, every individual in a nation has to have high moral standards.

The prime minister then expressed his concern about the youth of the country and said that bringing them towards the path of righteousness is a challenge.

The PM said that parents are unable to take away mobile phones from children by force and cannot block their social media.

“Although there is no such thing as a compulsion in faith, we are able to present them the proper approach. We can, a minimum of, prepare our youngsters and discuss to them in regards to the dangerous results of [Western] tradition,” he said.

PM Imran Khan also talked about growing sexual crimes in the country and said that it has become a “large menace.”

“The household system is slowly breaking down on account of sexual crimes in Britain,” he said while citing the example of the West. “When pornography turns into frequent in a society, the household system breaks down.”

He also talked about the Rehmatul-lil-Alameen Authority and said that a scholar will be authorised to guide media organisations regarding the content being aired.