Protection and Respect of Non-Muslims in Pakistan, An Analytical Study in the Context of Jaranwala Incident
Islam is a religion of peace and tolerance. Pakistan was the lifted in the name of Islam and the constitution of Pakistan being Islamic, the freedom of religion and respect for life and property of our minorities was given formal legal form in the constitution. Under the Constitution of Pakistan, every citizen has freedom of religion and worship. The constitution of Pakistan does not make any distinction between Muslims and non-Muslims. In Pakistan, without any discrimination of caste, color, race and religion, everyone has equal and equal rights. A law has been made to ensure the provision of equal education and development opportunities at the national level. Moreover, special quota has been allocated for educational institutions and prominent services for minorities. Apart from this, financial assistance from the Awqaf Department is also a part of their rights for ensuring the protection and development of the rights of the economically weaker sections of the minorities. National policies leave no stone unturned in promoting interfaith, harmony and solidarity. For this, the government of Pakistan also reviews the measures for the welfare of all minorities. But unfortunately, there are people in every country and nation who take the law into their own hands and make any person accused and guilty without any investigation. In the same way, religious aspects also show a lot of inflation. Therefore, there is a need to know how to control such incidents in which all the citizens of the country can get peace and justice in practice. This article will highlight the protection and respect of non-Muslims in the context of Jaranwala incident.
Keywords: Protection and Respect, Non-Muslims, Analytical Study, Jaranwala Incident