President Asif Ali Zardari has said that the Government was determined not to permit anyone to misuse blasphemy law against minorities or any other vulnerable section of the society and was also vigorously promoting interfaith harmony. This he said during his meeting with Father Robert McCulloch, Procurator General from the Vatican, who called on him at Aiwan-e-Sadr here on Wednesday. Dr. Paul Bhatti, Minister Incharge for National Harmony, Mr. Akram Masih Gill, State Minister for National Harmony, and Spokesperson to the President Senator Farhatullah Babar were also present during the meeting. The President while welcoming him to Pakistan congratulated him for the award of Sitara-e-Quaid-i-Azam that was conferred in recognition of his multiple services spanning over 30 years for the welfare of the people of Pakistan. It may be recalled that Father Robert McCulloch, during his stay in Pakistan, remained involved in education, health and other social services. He set up the Catholic Centre of academic excellence in Hyderabad to provide free education to children from underprivileged families. He had also set up a health development centre. His other major contributions include taking steps to preserve language of Tharparker known as Pakrikohli. He engaged experts around the world and worked on a script to turn this language into a written language.