ISLAMABAD: Ahmadi Dr. Naqi-ud-Din, who was recently killed on duty in the Coronavirus, was buried in a graveyard dedicated to Ahmadis in Islamabad.
Ahmadiya party spokesman Salimuddin claimed on Twitter account that two people, who described themselves as members of the Prophecy Movement yesterday, arrived in Ahmadiya Cemetery in Islamabad and inquired about Dr. Naqiuddin’s grave.
On being asked, they were told that they had been sent by government officials and they came to inspect the grave of Dr. Naqi who was recently killed in Karuna and buried in the cemetery.
The spokesperson added that the cemetery administration immediately contacted the relevant SHO and they were told that no authority was allowed by any authority to visit the cemetery and such elements should not be allowed at all.
An attempt was made to speak to a spokesman for the prophetic end in this regard, but he could not get a response. Human rights organizations have condemned the incident, expressing concern.
It should be remembered that people belonging to the Ahmadi religion have been declared non-Muslims in Pakistan and since then they have faced religious extremism and hatred as a minority.