Government Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry said that Islam in Pakistan isn’t undermined by either TikTok or books, a couple of days after the Tahaffuz-e-Bunyad-e-Islam Bill 2020 was passed by the Punjab Assembly.

In a tweet posted,the serve said that at present, an air has been made in the parliament, particularly in Punjab, where each part thinks of another movement each other day.

The priest said that Pakistan did, then again, face risks from division dependent on sectarianism and fanaticism.

Prior, the Punjab Assembly had passed the Tahaffuz-e-Bunyad-e-Islam Bill 2020 which gives the Directorate General Public Relations (DGPR) forces to visit and investigate any print machine, distribution house, book shop and appropriate any book, previously or in the wake of printing.

Prior, Fawad had said that it was not alright to continue restricting applications left, right, and focus, as it would “obliterate [Pakistani] tech industry”.

He had additionally featured how advancement in innovation would “be for all time hampered” across Pakistan, a nation that as of now falls altogether behind the world regarding science and examination.

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