On the beginning of Ramazan, The Punjab Assembly issued out a solicitation to the government to forbid famous people from facilitating Ramazan transmissions. The goals required the government to permit just religious researchers onto Ramazan appears amid the heavenly month of fasting. The goals said that permitting characters from “showbiz” to have “Ramazan transmissions is a terrible practice.”
Nonetheless, nothing turned out to be further of this and the issue was altogether overlooked as famous people like Reema, Ahsan Khan, Fahad Mustafa and Imran Abbas kept on facilitating Ramazan appears on TV.
Ahsan Khan as of late talked with Hum TV about how famous people shouldn’t be judged so rapidly for facilitating religious transmissions.
The entertainer thought back about how he hosed a portion in Ramazan called ‘Hayya Al Falah’ where he “used to pose inquiries and understudies chosen by the channel would answer them.” Ahsan reviewed how that show was what caused him to understand that he has a long way to go about Islam; “it was that 30-minute experience every day in Ramazan that caused me to understand that we have a long way to go about religion; when I was drawn closer by Maimoona Siddiqui at Hum TV to complete an undeniable transmission, I didn’t dither as I was using my Ramazan for a decent purpose.”
Ahsan stated, “Islamic examinations have dependably been one of my preferred subjects.”
“… So the more I became more acquainted with about it from the individuals who show it, the better. Like each family, my family examines Islamic issues, counsel researchers and meet them to find solutions to numerous inquiries. These projects help those gatherings of people who don’t approach eminent researchers with the goal that they get the clearness about religion in this Holy month.”
The entertainer went onto clear up that facilitating a Ramazan transmission didn’t mean he was “going about as a researcher” or that he was “passing without end decisions or giving fatwas.”
“No one has the option to pass judgment on me and if a few people feel that I am not a decent Muslim since I am an on-screen character, at that point I ask them who gives them the privilege to accept a wonder such as this.”
The on-screen character legitimately said how “we have to change this outlook and advance amicability among individuals from varying backgrounds, much the same as we lecture agreement between all organizations of Islam.”