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Rwadari Tehreek interfaith Iftar gathering pledges unity for peaceful Pakistan

Lahore: May 23, 2019. (PCP) Rwadari Tehreek as per its tradition held the Annual Interfaith Get-together and breaking of the fast (Iftar) with reference to Holy month of Ramadan on 21st May 2019 at Lahore, which was participated by prominent religious, political and social leadership including Christian religious leaders Pastor Emmanuel Khokhar, Pastor Faraz Malik,  Muslim religious leaders & political leaders Sadia Sohail MPA PTI, Qari Shakeel Ahmed, Peer S A Jaffery, Allama Asim Makhdoom, Allama Arif Chisti, Hafiz Hussain Golarvi, while Hindu, Sikh and Behari leaders Pandit Bhagat Lal Kokhar,  Bhopindar Singh and Dr. Roohi and Mr. Peter Jacob were also present. 

The event was presided over by Mr. Samson Salamat Chairman Rwadari Tehreek while other Office Bearers of Rwadari Tehreek including Rashid Bashir Chatha ( Central President), Adoo Ram (Finance Secretary), Naveed Raphael  (Incharge Secretariat), Rana Irfan (Spokesperson) Naseer Ahmed (President Punjab), Baba Latif Ansari (General Secretary Punjab), Vickram Manzoor (President Lahore) and Gilber John (Vice President Lahore). 

Rwadari Tehreek organizes similar get-togethers during Ramadan to bridge gap between different religions and faiths to express people’s unity against those spreading hatred, extremist thoughts and killing people in the name of religion. 

Speaking to the participants of Interfaith Get-together and Iftar Mr. Samson Salamat, Chairman Rwadari Tehreek said that “Rwadari Tehreek is a bridge between the people of different faiths, religions, ethnicity and cultures and we want people to sit together on one table and decrease different misconceptions about each other and enhance understanding and respect”. 

“Every year during Ramadan Rwadari Tehreek organizes similar gatherings and events to enhance in different parts of the country which is a display of unity against all those who are spreading hate and extremism and killing people though different forms of terrorism, using religion or sect as a tool”, Mr. Samson Salamat added.

Mr. Samson Salamat further added that today, we once again pledge to continue our struggle for a peaceful Pakistan, free from all kinds of biases and discrimination, extremism and terrorism and demand from the government to take appropriate action as per National Action Plan against all those who are a threat to peace and humanity”.


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