Explaining his faith, Sanaullah said Khatm-e-Nabuwat was an obligatory part of every Muslim’s faith and no one can claim to be Muslim by keeping a belief contradictory to the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
The meeting was chaired by Nizamuddin Sialvi and attended by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Zaeem Qadri and Maulana Rehmat Ali among other clerics.
Upon listening to the stance of the provincial law minister, the committee expressed satisfaction on his faith regarding Khatm-e-Nabuwat and assured him that his statement will be conveyed to Pir Hameeduddin Sialvi, the sajjadah nasheen or descendant at Aastan-e-Alia Sial Sharif, and other members of the committee who could not attend today’s meeting.
Weeks of stalemate had ended after Pir Sialvi called off protest after meeting Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif in Sargodha last month. Shehbaz had reportedly agreed to form a committee to look into Pir Sialvi’s demands.