Noor-ul-Haq Qadri is a member of National Assembly. He is a Pakistani politician who is the current Federal Minister for Religious Affairs and inter-faith harmony. He has been the MNA firstly from 2002 to 2013 and now since 2018.
Now he has proposed some guidelines for Ramadan transmission to Prime Minister Imran Khan. He wrote in the letter that he wanted to draw the attention of authorities to the sensitive issue of game shows in Ramadan. He wrote that many issues are prevailing since last years because of the lack of proper Islamic education in the hosts of such shows. He presented six points in this regard.
So the first point presented is that the Ramadan transmissions will be hosted only by religiously educated and well-versed persons. The second point says that the host or presenter of the show along with the audience or participants shall be well-concerned about their dressing with respect to the sanctity of holy month. The third point says that no person is allowed to discuss sectarian or controversial issues. As all the religious personalities belonging to any sect are equally honored.
The fourth point says that game shows shall not be aired immediately before or after the sehri or iftar. Game shows and such programs shall not be included as a part of religious programs. The fifth point says that the prime focus of Ramadan transmissions is to promote religious and Islamic teachings. The sixth point says that the unethical and immoral stuff or activities shall not be telecasted during the Holy month of Ramadan.
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