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Health minister urges citizens to follow SOPs amid Covid-19 surge

Government is taking effective measures to control the spread of coronavirus in the country.

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Islamabad: Minister for Health Abdul Qadir Patel has urged citizens to follow Standard Operating Procedures against COVID-19 as 818 new cases were reported in the country over the last twenty-four hours.

In a video message regarding the current corona situation, he said the government is taking effective measures to control the spread of coronavirus in the country.

The Minister said National Command and Control Centre meets on daily basis to closely monitor the cases of coronavirus.

Meanwhile, four people died due to corona infection in the country during last twenty-four hours.

According to National Institute of Health, over 18,300 tests were conducted during this period and the positivity ratio was 4.47 percent.

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COAS General Bajwa arrives in UK

The Army Chief will also call on military leadership of United Kingdom during the visit.

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London: Chief of Army Staff ( COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa reached United Kingdom on an official visit.

During the visit, he will be attending the Passing-out Parade at Royal Military Academy, Sandhust as Chief Guest.

The Army Chief will also call on military leadership of United Kingdom during the visit.

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Non-Muslim citizens integral part of our national fabric: PM

Pakistan is a pluralistic society in which all are equal citizens of the state.

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Islamabad: Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif Thursday said that non-Muslim citizens are an integral part of our national fabric.

On his official Twitter handle, the premier, on the occasion of National Day of Minorities, said today we celebrate their valuable contributions and thank them for their service to the country.

The Prime Minister said our founding fathers envisaged Pakistan as a pluralistic society in which all are equal citizens of the state.

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National Minority Day being observed 

The day was basically dedicated to the minorities, who played their constructive role in the Pakistan movement.

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National Minority Day is observed on Wednesday (today) to commemorate the contribution of minorities in the progress of Pakistan. 

On August 11, the day is observed every year to recall the vision of Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah and to reaffirm the commitment that despite belonging to different faiths we are one nation.

The Government of Pakistan had declared 11 August as National Minority Day in 2009.

Events, seminars, and social gatherings are arranged across the country on the day by members of various religious minorities.

The day was basically dedicated to the minorities, who played their constructive role in the Pakistan movement.

Pakistan was the first country in the world which reassured its minorities about their future rights by specifically allocating a portion of the national flag.

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