ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s Caretaker Federal Minister for Human Rights Khalil George said on Monday that all minorities, including the Christian community, enjoyed complete religious freedom in Pakistan.
In his message on Christmas, Khalil George said that this religious festival brings people closer, and the best way to celebrate it is to include the orphans, poor, and needy in our happiness, share joys, and end our differences.
We all are Pakistani and united for the progress and development of our country, the minister said while addressing the cake-cutting ceremony of Christmas during a function held here at a hotel in Islamabad.
He said that all Prophets had come to this world for guidance of humanity, and they delivered the universal message of brotherhood, peace, love, hope, and mutual coexistence.
The minister said that every challenge in life could be achieved through unity, national cohesion, and believing in one’s own abilities.
He said that interfaith harmony and mutual coexistence were important to achieve the heights of prosperity.
Minister Appreciates Christian Community’s Services
Khalil George appreciated the Christian community’s services for Pakistan’s progress and prosperity.