Nawaz Sharif greets Hindus in Pakistan on Holi
Islamabad, March 13: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has greeted the Hindu community of Pakistan on Holi and promised to safeguard their rights.
In his message on the eve of the festival of colours, Mr Sharif said, the festival announces the advent of the spring season and change in weather conditions.
He said, the festival gives a message of hope and better future and reflects changes in societies like changes in the season. Mr Sharif said, the entire nation acknowledges and commend the role of the Hindu community playing along with their Muslim countrymen and other people for the welfare and development of Pakistan.
The Prime Minister said, there would be no discrimination on the basis of religion. He said Pakistan had come into being not only for Muslims, but to bring peace for every individual, irrespective of religion or faith he practices or caste and creed he belongs to, in this region.
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