In a strong message against radicalization and extremism, Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has said that his government will not surrender to these forces. He made the remarks during a meeting with religious scholars and leaders on Wednesday.

The prime minister declared, “We will not give in to radicalization, extremism, and intolerance.” “With everything we have, we will battle these forces.”

He urged the religious scholars and leaders to play their role in countering these forces. He said that they should use their influence to spread the message of peace and tolerance.

The prime minister’s remarks come at a time when Pakistan is facing a growing threat from radicalization and extremism. In recent years, there have been a number of terrorist attacks in the country, some of which have been claimed by the Islamic State group.

The government has taken a number of steps to counter radicalization, including banning extremist groups and launching awareness campaigns. However, the challenge remains daunting.

The prime minister’s meeting with religious scholars and leaders is a positive step. It is important to engage with these leaders and to get their support in countering radicalization.

The prime minister has also spoken about the need to promote tolerance and understanding among different religious communities. This is another important step in countering radicalization.

Pakistan is a diverse country with a rich history of religious tolerance. The government is committed to protecting this tradition and to ensuring that all citizens are able to live in peace and harmony.

In addition to the prime minister’s meeting with religious scholars and leaders, the government has also taken a number of other steps to counter radicalization. These include:

  • Banning extremist groups
  • Launch awareness campaigns
  • Cracking down on hate speech
  • Promoting interfaith dialogue

The government is committed to fighting radicalization and extremism, and it is confident that it will succeed. However, it is important to remember that this is a long-term challenge. There will be setbacks along the way, but the government is determined to prevail.

The prime minister’s message of peace and tolerance is a powerful one. It is a message that all Pakistanis should heed. Together, we can create a Pakistan that is free from radicalization and extremism.

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