The federal cabinet has also suggested a new anti-Covid tag line that would be used for creating awareness against the pandemic.
Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) Chairman Dr Qibla Ayaz called for using the word ‘martyr’ for the ones who die from the virus.
A resolution was passed by the council, declaring manacling persons by the anti-corruption watchdog.
The president directed the CII to realise the true potential of the pulpit to sensitise the public
ISLAMABAD: The Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) is considering penalising men’s common practice of pronouncing ‘talaq’ three times in one go to divorce their wives. The CCI decided to formulate a divorce deed — ‘talaq nama’— which will be forwarded to clerics for their consent. Speaking to journalists about the proposed plan, CII chairman Dr Qibla Ayaz said: “First of all, we need to finalise the matter in the council and then we will discuss the matter at a larger forum by calling a conference of Ulema to develop…
ISLAMABAD: Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) on Friday received a petition seeking approval of protection of men’s rights bill, ARY News reported. The application was submitted by CII member Sahibzada Zahid Mehmood Qasmi, who wrote that since men’s rights were also being violated in the society, so men’s protection bill should also be approved alongside women’s protection bill. Read More: CII bill prohibits women interaction with ‘na-mehrams’ at offices, recreational spots "Some women in Pakistan also…
ISLAMABAD: The ‘controversial’ bill on women protection approved by the Council of Islamic Ideology has been challenged in the Supreme Court, ARY News reported.
ISLAMABAD: The Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) on Thursday approved its 'women protection bill' encompassing a number of 'curbs' on women including intermingling with opposite gender, besides ‘light beating’ for wives who defy their husbands.
ISLAMABAD: In another move seemingly aimed at ‘stifling’ women, the Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) has proposed its own women protection bill, recommending ‘light beating’ for wives who defy their husbands.