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May 19, 2015

‘Action if seminaries found involved in militancy’

Lahore

 
May 19, 2015

LAHORE
Punjab Governor Rafique Rajwana has said terrorism has caused colossal damage to the country and the country leadership is committed to defeating the menace.
The governor said 95 per cent seminaries in Southern Punjab were imparting religious education and stern action would be taken if any of them were found involved in promoting militancy and terrorism.
In an interaction with journalists on Monday at Governor’s House, Rajwana stated that he would perform his duties as per constitution and play the role of a bridge between the people of Punjab and the political leadership. He said he would also play his role for the prosperity of Southern part of Punjab and ensure provision of all facilities of life on people’s doorstep.
To a question, he stated his appointment to the office of Governor reflected the love of PML-N leadership with the people of Southern Punjab. Rajwana also said that Prime Minister Mian Nawaz Sharif and Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif were working round-the-clock for prosperity of Punjab and federation. He stated the country suffered huge loss in the hands of terrorism but now, under the present government, an investor-friendly atmosphere was being created. He said the $46b package from China was a remarkable and unprecedented economical success for Pakistan.

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