Protests continue against movie
NOOR PUR THAL: Religious, religio-political and political parties and various educational institutions continued to hold demonstrations and rallies in the city to protest against the anti-Islam movie made by a US filmmaker. Al-Huda Public School held a demonstration at Kashmir Chowk to protest against the anti-Islam movie. A large number of students from various institutions of the city and the suburbs participated in the demonstration to vent their anger against blasphemy of the Holy Prophet (PBUH).
Carrying banners inscribed with Kalma Tayyaba and placards and banners with slogans against religious terrorism, the US, Israel and Nato forces. Malik Abdullah Jasra, Malik Muhammad Hamim Qureshi, Malik Muhammad Raees Gujar, Prof Sheikh Abdul Latif and Rana Zafar Ullah Qadri addressed the participants through gestures of hands. The speakers said that Jews and Christians were doing blasphemy to create unrest in Muslim countries. They also demanded hanging of the US film maker.
Prize distribution ceremony held: The Punjab Chief Minister road map programme for education department is key to ensuring quality education and produce good engineers, doctors and civil servants. These views were expressed by MNA Malik Shakir Bashir Awan while addressing annual prize distribution ceremony at government special education centre here on Wednesday. Speaking on the occasion, MPA Malik Muhammad Waris Kalla urged teachers to put their full efforts to remove the deficiencies of special children.
PML-N Khushab District President Dr Ghous Muhammad Khan Niazi, Prof Malik Ahmad Khan Borana and former UC Nazim Haji Muhammad Farooq also addressed the event. Earlier, school Principal Kazim Hussain gave a welcome address and thanked all the participants.