Tue. Jan 18th, 2022

Sectarian hatred has transformed into personal and familial enmities: GB Chief Secretary

Chief Secretary Saifullah Chattha responding to questions during the CM's press conference. Photo: Mon Digital

PT Report

Gilgit, January 9: Sectarian conflict has taken the form of personal and familial enmities in Gilgit. Religious and sectarian organizations have been barred from interfering in state and government organizations. Those spreading sectarian hatred will never be spared.

These views were expressed by GB Chief Secretary, Saifullah Chattha, while addressing a press conference along with the Chief Minister today.

He said that the government is ready to compensate the families who have lost their dear ones to finish the menace of enmity.

Chattha also said that  work is being done to ensure that all jobs are provided on merit. He revealed that religious organizations have been attempting to induct their cronies and favourites in different government departments. He said that the government and administration are on the same page for ensuring merit-based selection of people.

He appreciated GB government for taking steps to ensure selection based on merit.

The Chief Secretary further said that the people of Nagaral handed over the culprit to police because there was tangible evidence.

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