Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader and Minister of State Ali Muhammad Khan suggested sending a Hadith message to mobile users across Pakistan every morning.
The National Assembly's Standing Committee on Cabinet Secretariat was headed by Syed Aminul Haq, attended by Minister of State Ali Muhammad Khan, Chairman Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) Major General (R) Amir Azim Bajwa.
During the meeting, Minister of State Ali Muhammad Khan made a new proposal for the awareness of Islamic teachings and said that every mobile user should receive a Hadith message every morning.
He said that the mobile user should receive Hadith's message in Urdu or English but if in Urdu it would make people more aware. He said that our life should be in accordance with Islamic teachings, Chairman PTA, is it possible that mobile companies can be compelled to send Hadith daily?
Ali Muhammad Khan said that Prime Minister Imran Khan also has the vision to make Pakistan a reflection of the state of Madinah, so we want the mobile user to get the Hadith message in the morning so that people can be informed about Islamic teachings.
During the meeting, the Minister said that Chairman PTA should review the proposal, work on it and inform it at the next meeting. In addition, Chairman PTA Major General (retd) Amir Azim Bajwa briefed the committee and informed that it has decided to make the provision of coverage on the highways for mobile companies.
He said that at present mobile companies are not responsible for providing coverage on the highways; the license of mobile companies does not include coverage on the highways, the companies providing coverage on the highways are doing it for commercial purposes. Are.
Chairman PTA said that under the new license terms, motorways would be required to provide coverage on the highways.
During the meeting, the issue of debate on the role of social media of the committee was also discussed, on which committee member Ghulam Ali Talpur said that social media in Pakistan should be shut down. Meanwhile, another member Ali Nawaz Awan said that social media in Pakistan is relentless.
Speaking to the members, the Chairman PTA said that for the social media, the data protection act is being formulated. The laws of the country on social media must be followed by social rule.