Ehtram-e-Ramazan Bill To Take Full Advantage Of Month Of Blessings


As we all well aware that the holy month of Ramazan is very near to us, accordingly, the Muslims are doing preparations for the month. Same is the Case with Islamic Government of Pakistan, and the Ehtram-e-Ramazan bill has passed for the purpose to take full advantage of Ramazan. The blessings of Ramazan are countless, and everyone makes efforts to get them as much as they can.

Following to the hilt permitted Ehtram-e-Ramazan Bill by the Senate Upright Committee. Not only have the in effect rules have revised but also some further boundaries and penalties denoted. The bill notifies media people, organisations, cinema houses and hotels to conform to the rules in the revised Ehtram-e-Ramazan Law; in any other case, they have to face stiff fines if they break up any of its requirements.

Ehtram-e-Ramazan Bill

In the case, any hotel is found mortified of violating 1981, Ehtram-e-Ramazan Ordinance; will be charged Rs. 25,000 now as contrasting to the previous penalty of Rs. 500. On the other hand, public eating and smoking will make certain a Rs. 500 penalty. In addition, even ready for 3-months of imprisonment.

Up to that time, the committee suggested that cinemas should remain shut for a total of six hours. It includes three hours of early in the morning and three hours next to Iftar for the duration of Ramazan. However, The Minister of State for Religious Affairs and Inter-faith Harmony Pir Amin Ul Hasnat Shah, however, suggested that cinemas should remain totally closed for the duration of Ramazan in Pakistan.

Furthermore, TV channels have also warned in the company of the movie cinemas; who will charged Rs. 50,000 or more, if caught in violating the Ehtram-e-Ramazan Bill. Senator Tanveer Khan brings together the amendment bill earlier this year; further requested Senate Standing Committee going on Religious Affairs to look into them. In the course of the meeting, Tanveer suggested the committee take strict precautions in contradiction of the people; who break up the law in the course of the holy month of Ramazan.

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