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20-point ‘code of conduct’ issued to promote inter-sect harmony

ISLAMABAD: Religious pioneers having a place with all standard ways of thinking have embraced a 20-point ‘set of principles’ to advance between order amicability and end sectarianism disagreement in the nation.

The implicit rules was given at the Paigham-I-Pakistan meeting composed by the Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) on Tuesday.

It features that lone courts have the ward to give a decision of disloyalty against any gathering or person.

The code expresses that all types of compulsion, outfitted activity against the state, viciousness and political agitation for the sake of upholding Islam ought to be viewed as disobedience. Non-Muslim residents of Pakistan reserve the privilege to rehearse their religion and strict ceremonies as per their convictions

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