Noor-ul-Haq Qadri is a National Assembly member. He is a Pakistani politician who now serves as the Federal Minister for Religious Affairs. And Interfaith Harmony in Pakistan. From 2002 until 2013, he was the MNA, and since 2018, he has been the MNA.
He has now presented Prime Minister Imran Khan with certain Ramadan transmission rules. Ans He added in the letter that he wished to bring the delicate subject of game shows during Ramadan to the attention of authorities. He noted that many challenges have arisen in recent years as a result of the hosts of such shows’ lack of basic Islamic education. In this regard, he made six points.
With Ramadan approaching, the matter of praying in mosques will be discussed with religious scholars of all sects. With their consultation, a national response will be announced to practice across Pakistan during the Holy month.#COVID2019 pic.twitter.com/Pduedw4eCq— Prime Minister's Office, Pakistan (@PakPMO) April 14, 2020
The first point made is that the Ramadan transmissions will only be hosted by religiously trained and knowledgeable individuals. The second point states that the show’s host or presenter, as well as the audience or participants, should be mindful of how they dress in light of the holy month’s sacredness. No one is authorised to discuss sectarian or controversial subjects, according to the third principle. All religious personalities, regardless of sect, are recognised equally.
The fourth criterion states that game shows are not permitted to be broadcast immediately before or after the sehri or iftar. Game shows and similar programming are not permitted to be broadcast during religious services. According to the fifth point, the primary goal of Ramadan transmissions is to spread religious and Islamic beliefs. The sixth principle states that during the Holy Month of Ramadan, unethical and immoral things or behaviours are not to be broadcast.
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