leader Amir Hamza said: "We will not allow the renaming of places after Hindus, Sikhs or Christians. Pakistan is a Muslim country and such ideas cannot be appreciated".
However, retired Supreme Court judge Khalil-ur-Rehman Ramday, a member of the Dilkash Lahore committee, said Islam and the Constitution of Pakistan had always respected and protected the rights of minorities, including Sikhs, Hindus and Christians.
"That is why we are considering various important personalities, whether Muslims or Sikhs, Hindus and Christians, while renaming different places, intersections and
underpasses in Lahore," Ramday said.