Allow me to answer you in separate parts.Maula sahab, though I respect your input and opinion on the names, I tend to be a bit reserved when it's connection is to religion.
Why? Because in our culture we tend to use certain explicit words in conversation. PDF itself is an example. Had it not be for Mods and censorship, we'd be seeing a lot more cursing.
I can just picture it now...
"Oh I'm being transfered/station to that f***ing _______ Squadron".
"Haan exercise may uun ______ Squadron ke Maa ko _____ kar deya."
I'm okay with Urdu words/names, but reserved towards Religion.
First aspect: Pakistan is "Islamic Republic of Pakistan". We as a Nation are followers of Islam and we stand for freedom of other religions treating them equal and free. Our National Identity is beautiful. We do not need to give-up on Islam to create space for other religions to feel welcomed. We can choose to be Muslims and still be welcoming towards other religions. This is the teaching of Islam, as well as Father of the Nation.
Second: There is no harm in using religious symbology as long as it is not insulting to others. We just produced anti-tank missile with the name "Hijara" which borrows a concept from Surah Al-Fil in Quran and that is a good symbology which is not against any other religion.
Third: No one should abuse in any context and it is flat bad in all situations. If some people abuse, we should help them realise and correct that - but their bad habits should not force us to use "safe-names".