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‘Make him a citizen too’: Imran slams Geelani’s puppet the highest civilian award in Pakistan | Instant News

In a surprising but fully reliable development, a resolution was passed in Pakistan to bestow the country’s highest civilian award, Nishan-e-Pakistan, to Kashmiri separatists and former Hurriyat Conference chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani. In addition, according to the report, they have proposed to name the university after its pro-Pak accomplices and propose the inclusion of ‘his struggle’ in the country’s academic curriculum.

The news spread on the internet and netizens denounced Pakistan as stating that Pakistani Nran Imran Khan regards separatists from India as their ‘highest civilian’. While some of them say that this action proves how Pakistan has infiltrated terrorists in J&K, others point out Pakistan’s false steps to stop cross-border terrorism. Many say that Pakistan must also give him citizenship and he cannot stay in India.

Geelani, famous for spreading Pakistani propaganda in the valley, resigned from Hurriyat earlier this month. As per the report, the resolution was moved by senator Jamaat-i-Islami Mustaq Ahmad. The resolution passed unanimously in the Pakistani Senate said that Geelani had made a struggle and sacrifice unconditionally and without mercy “in the struggle for ‘self-determination” in Jammu and Kashmir J&K.

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Geelani resigned from Hurriyat

Earlier, this month, in a large-scale development, Geelani resigned from the Hurriyat conference by saying that he would distance himself from the problems of the conference. The 90-year-old man who is also a former Chairman of the Hurriyat Conference, in his letter expressed his desire to distance himself from Hurriyat because of the current ‘state and conditions’ of the party. His resignation is seen as a major setback for Pakistan and the ISI whose agenda has been spread by Geelani for years. The leader has dealt with several illnesses and most have been under house arrest at his residence in Hyderpora since 2010, although as stated in his letter, anti-Indian activities continue.

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PAKISTAN Pakistan Civil Award 2020 will be given to Sister Ruth Lewis, who died of Covid-19 | Instant News

Franciscan religion is one of the well-known figures in national civil society. Together with his sisters he founded the “House of Peace”, which is for people with mental and physical disabilities, who always encourage to get involved in sports and art. Catholics remember it as “a source of pride for all of us”.

Karachi (AsiaNews) – The Pakistani government has given Sitara-e-Imtiaz (Civil Award) to Sister Ruth Lewis, a Franciscan from the congregation of Christ the King and one of the most well-known figures in national civil society. The nun died on July 20 after contracting the corona virus while helping several sick children.

Born on May 2, 1946, he always lived and worked in Karachi. Together with Sister Gertrude Lemmens and Sister Margaret D’Costa, she established the Dar-Ul-Sukun house (house of peace) which was intended to accommodate people with mental and physical disabilities.

Religious always encourage “children” to be involved in the world of sports and art. Four guest houses won several medals at the Paralympics that took place in the United States in 1998: the nun always promotes an inclusive society, where people with disabilities also contribute with a commitment to the formation of a country.

In addition to the house of peace, Sister Ruth played an important role in various social work projects in Karachi. The letter with which the Sindh provincial government recommended it for the award mentioned several, all addressed to the weakest sections of society.

Mariyam Kashif, a teacher and social activist, recalled it as “a pride for all Catholics and the whole nation. The decision to appreciate it was amazing, he truly served mankind without discrimination.


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