Desecration of Quranic verses. By Abdul Aziz


ANNUAL reports of public limited companies containing Quranic verses found lying scattered on the floor of record room of Karachi stock exchange.
The logo of many banks containing Quranic verses are found on cheque books and deposit slip books. Such material is used in day to day business transactions but torn off in case of minor mistakes and thrown into the waste-paper basket.
Newspaper pages containing Quranic verses are seen on roads and streets coming under the feet of passersby. Thus desecration of Quranic verses takes place but no one cares.
It is suggested that the Quranic verses should not be printed in companies' reports. Banks should also avoid printing Quranic verses on cheque books, slip books, stationery, etc.

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