ISLAMABAD: Islamabad High Court (IHC) has remarked while hearing Khatam-e-Nabuwat case that no Pakistan would be able to change their religion without a court order.

During the hearing, the judge asked if NADRA could change the religion of a Muslim Pakistani, to which NADRA’s interim chairman said that the NADRA system had not such option.

The judge expressed anger over the situation and remarked that no person would be able to change religion without court orders from now onwards.

He claimed that Ahmadis lied about their religion, declared themselves as Muslims just to get the government job and then changed their religion after retirement to their original faith.

The court issued a stay order on change of religion and remarked that changing religion without court order would be illegal.

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