Chairman of MQI Supreme Council Dr Hassan Mohi-ud-Din Qadri has said that extremism of every kind including religious extremism and terrorism, racism and religious and political sectarianism is a threat to peace and stability of the world. He said that the attitude of the government and the people of New Zealand towards the Muslims is compassionate and humane after the Christchurch tragedy, which will help address the security concerns found among the Muslims after the tragedy.
PAT and Minhaj-ul-Quran Women League took out a peaceful march outside the Lahore Press Club in response to the objectionable placards and banners displayed on the occasion of the so-called Aurat March on the International Women’s Day. The March was led by MWL leaders namely Farah Naz, Sidra Kramat, Ayesha Mubashar, Zainab Arshad, Anita Ilyas, Sana Waheed, Amna Batool, and Noreen Alvi.
A two-day free medical camp was held for the staff members of the central secretariat under the aegis of Minhaj Welfare Foundation (MWF) Lahore. The mobile medical unit was moved to the secretariat for this purpose. The free blood tests of the leaders and the staff members were conducted on the first day.