Speaking at the floor of National Assembly today, Chaudhry Nisar regretted the burning of two persons alive and looting of public property by enraged mobs in the wake of suicide attack on churches in Lahore.
“Burning people and property is as worst as terrorism”, he added.
He said the incident cannot be overlooked adding that those involved in the heinous crime will be taken to task.
The minister asked the nation to remain firm and united in the war on terror by saying “the terrorists want to trigger sectarian strife and anarchy through attacks on worship places of religious minorities.”
“It is our responsibility to give a message of unity”, he added.
Talking about law and order situation of the country, Chaudhry Nisar claimed that security in the country has improved over last one and half year as a result of the government’s effective policy.
He vowed that the war on terror will be won at all costs and the country will be made a cradle of peace.