PM Imran Khan's statement on Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) Eid Milad

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PM Imran Khan's statement on Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) Eid Milad

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan paid tribute to Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) on the occasion of the Eid Milad-un-Nabi, on Sunday.

Taking to Twitter, the prime minister praised Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) calling him the greatest human being of all time.

"Our Prophet (PBUH) was the greatest human being of all time & hence the ideal role model for all of us. Anyone who follows his path will be liberated from the chains that keep us grounded & prevent us from fulfilling our potential," he tweeted.

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Our Prophet PBUH was the greatest human being of all time & hence the ideal role model for all of us. Anyone who follows his path will be liberated from the chains that keep us grounded & prevent us from fulfilling our potential.

"Our Prophet PBUH founded the State of Madinah on modern principles of Rule of Law, Human Rights, Compassion, Meritocracy & the Pursuit of Knowledge as a sacred duty. If a state follows these principles it will rise," he tweeted as well.

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Our Prophet PBUH was the greatest human being of all time & hence the ideal role model for all of us. Anyone who follows his path will be liberated from the chains that keep us grounded & prevent us from fulfilling our potential.

link Imran Khan ✔@ImranKhanPTI link

Our Prophet PBUH founded the State of Madinah on modern principles of Rule of Law, Human Rights, Compassion, Meritocracy & the Pursuit of Knowledge as a sacred duty. If a state follows these principles it will rise.

Eid Milad-un-Nabi — the birthday of Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) — is being observed across the country and the Muslim ummah with traditional religious zeal today.

The day dawned with a 31-and 21-gun salute in the federal and provincial capitals, respectively, following a night of Mehfil-e-Naat, conferences, and fireworks.

Special prayers were offered in mosques for upholding and flourishing of Islam and religious teachings, unity, solidarity, progress and welfare of the Muslim ummah after Fajr prayers.