NEW YORK (Our Correspondent): Pakistan has proposed a six-point plan at United Nations to address faith-based hatred and Islamophobia.
Pakistan’s Permanent representative to the UN, Maleeha Lodhi has proposed the plan at an event. “Countering terrorism and other acts of violence based on religion or belie” at UN Headquarters, she said.
Pakistan and Turkey has organized the event, the Holy See and also the United Nations to discuss this issue and also help in charting a way forward.
She said Prime Minister Imran Khan had also repeatedly called for urgent action to counter Islamophobia at various forums.
Other speakers also called for effective steps to counter the challenge posed by the growing phenomenon of faith-based hatred and violence.