The Punjab Auqaf division on Sunday suspended the manager of notable Masjid Wazir Khan after Chief Minister Usman Buzdar considered a music video shot on the mosque premises and looked for a report from the priest concerned and the office’s secretary.
Vowing that he would not leave the sacredness of the mosque alone disregarded under any conditions, Chief Minister Buzdar requested that an exhaustive examination be embraced and those answerable for the occurrence recognized.
Entertainer Saba Qamar and artist Bilal Saeed are confronting a tempest of analysis after it developed that they had shot a video inside the notable mosque. Qamar’s name turned into a top hashtag pattern on Twitter after the video became a web sensation a couple of days back.
As the Punjab government felt obligated to make a move from its political partner the Pakistan Muslim League-Q and pastors, who assembled here in Lahore, Qamar took to Twitter and dismissed the analysis.
“Just one grouping was shot in the mosque which was a preface to the music video highlighting a Nikah scene. It was neither shot with such a playback music nor has it been altered to the music track,” she tweeted.
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Qamar and Saeed are chipping away at the video of another melody, “Qubool hai”. The entertainer is making her first time at the helm with the melody.
In another tweet, she stated: “The BTS video that has been coursed via web-based networking media was only a round development to click stills for the banner of ‘Qubool’, portraying a joyfully hitched couple directly after their Nikah.”
As indicated by a news report, the shooting occurred in the principle chambers of the mosque. An Auqaf official said that because of the historical backdrop of the mosque, individuals do go there for Nikah ceremonies. “That is the reason consent was allowed for a Nikah shoot,” he said.
Sources said the name of the mosque’s manager, who was suspended over the episode, was Ishtiaq Ahmed.