President urges Muslims to follow Sunnah of Holy Prophet (SAWW)

International Seerat Conference in connection with Eid Milad un Nabi Sallallah-o-Alaihe Wa Aalehe Wassallum concluded in Islamabad on Friday with a pledge to bring economic stability in the country in light of Seerat un Nabi Sallallah-o-Alaihe Wa Aalehe Wassallum. 

Addressing the conference President Dr Arif Alvi urged Muslims to follow the Sunnah of the Holy Prophet [Peace Be Upon Him) that is essentially aimed at the true well-being and welfare of humanity.

The President said no society can flourish without taking care of poor and contrary to this capitalism can only exploit a society. He stressed that circulation of wealth is critical for protecting poor’s rights and paving way for the development of a state.

Dr Arif Alvi said practicing Sunnah in true spirit guarantees our betterment in this world and in the life hereafter.

He said by learning from the life of the greatest leader in history and following his teachings we can improve our individual as well as collective lives.

The President also called for promoting minorities’ and female rights and tolerance terming it vital for peaceful coexistence in society.

The President also urged women to contribute in the progress and development of the country. He said no country can progress without women’s contribution. He said to ensure their contribution in country’s development, men should guarantee a harassment-free environment.

He also urged Ulema to play their role to educate Pakistani youth the golden principles of Islam along with modern education.

In his address on the occasion, Interior Minister Sarfraz Bugti called upon the religious scholars to promote true teachings of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) to foster peace and stability in the country.

He said Pakistan is the castle of Islam and conspiracies are being hatched to weaken it by pushing it into economic crisis and instigating violence in the name of religion.

He stressed that these plots must be thwarted through unity in our ranks, highlighting the important role that religious scholars can play in this regard.


In his remarks on the occasion, Minister for Religious Affairs Aneeq Ahmed mentioned that the theme of Seerat Conference was chosen after consultations to seek input from religious scholars on how to address issues of poverty and inflation in light of Islamic teachings.     

He pointed out that Islam introduced the concept of a welfare state and emphasized the circulation of wealth.