HYDERABAD: The District Peace Committee Hyderabad comprising Ulema from different schools of thought while strongly condemning the Rawalpindi incident has demanded for taking exemplary action against those involved in the incident.
The District Peace Committee, which met here on Wednesday under the chair of Deputy Commissioner Hyderabad Muhammad Nawaz Soho, observed that the atmosphere of peace, love, affection and brotherhood can be restored by foiling the nefarious designs of those elements which wanted to destabilise the country by promoting violence between various
sections of people.
Deputy Commissioner while addressing the participants of the meeting said that anti-state elements have been engaged in creating an atmosphere of terror and hatred among the people.
It is the prime duty of Ulema and the representatives of civil society to play their vital role and make efforts in erasing the difference among the people by spreading the message of love, peace and harmony, he said and added that Ulema should keep vigil on the activities
of anti-state elements so that their nefarious designs could be foiled in time.
He praised the role of Ulema of all schools of thought for extending their cooperation to district administration which resulted in an atmosphere of peace during first ten days of Muharram adding the role played by Ulema as well as the members of District Peace Committee is commendable. Same spirit should be continued in making Hyderabad a peaceful city of the country, he further said.
He called upon the Ulema to point out the mistakes of the district administration so that the same could be overcome for further improvement in the peaceful atmosphere of the city.
The Ulema in their joint recommendation demanded of the district administration to take action against defunct organisations and also remove the wall chalking which is hurting the feeling of people of different sections of the society.
After consultation, the Deputy Commissioner decided to remove all such wall chalkings which could hurt the feelings of the people and formed a committee to pin-point out those involved in such wall chalking so that action could be initiated in time.
The meeting also discussed the issue of maintaining law and order and decided to include more Ulema in the District Peace Committee so that it could work in a better direction.