Sindh Assembly also demands rebuilding of Jannatul Baqi shrines through a resolution.
In this regard, the provincial legislature adopted a resolution unanimously.
Sindh Assembly also demands rebuilding of Jannatul Baqi
The resolution called upon the federal government to approach the government of Saudi Arabia and use diplomatic ties with Saudi government for construction of the holy shrine of Hazrat Bibi Fatima Zahra (AS) in Jannatul Baqi graveyard Madinah.
First, Leader of the Opposition at Sindh Assembly Firdous Shamim Naqvi belonging to PTI tabled the resolution.
Later, all the parliamentary parties in the house expressed their support and again moved as a joint resolution.
Meanwhile, they also resolved to bear all the expenses if in case the financial issues impede the construction of the holy shrine.
The resolution also expressed dismay that the grave of Bibi Fatima Zahra remains without any shelter in the holy land.
Punjab Assembly adopted resolution for construction of shrine of Bibi Fatima in Jannatul Baqi historical graveyard in Madinah in present day Saudi Arabia.
The Pakistan Peoples Party’s parliamentary leader in Punjab Assembly Hassan Murtaza tabled the resolution.
Provincial legislature unanimously adopted the resolution asking the federal government to formally talk to Saudi regime in this regard.
Importantly, it asked Pakistan government to use its diplomatic influence and channel with Saudi government for taking steps regarding construction of the holy shrine.
It demanded construction of shrine of Hazrat Bibi Fatima Zahra (AS), the beloved daughter of Prophet Hazrat Mohammad (PBUH).
Adoption of that resolution unanimously shows the depth of respect and adoration for Ahle Bayt of Prophet Mohammad (BUH)) which Pakistani nation have for them.
Notably, Pakistani nation adores and revere Prophet Hazrat Mohammad (PBUH), Bibi Fatima Zahra, Maula Ali (AS) and Imam Hassan and Imam Hussain (PBUT).
Now, Sindh and Punjab legislature represent Pakistani nation’s reverence for Ahle Bayt (PBUT).
King of Saudi Arabia ruined Jannatul Baqi
Since long, Pakistanis have been demanding restoration of the entire Jannatul Baqi graveyard to its pre-demolition position.
Jannatul Baqi graveyard in Madinah houses the ruined graves of four Imams from Ahle Bayt, wives of Hazrat Mohammad and his uncle Abbas bin Abdul Muttalib.
The graveyard also has ruined graves of companions of Hazrat Mohammad (PBUH).
When King Ibn Saud followed Wahhabism of Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdul Wahhab Nejdi.
He waged war on the custodian of holy shrines of Makkah and Madinah known as Sharif.
Under that Wahhabis intolerant fanatic doctrine, they demolished shrines. They also reduced tombs and graves to sands.
Since then, even the graves remain ruined and dilapidated with only a stone to show them like grave.