ISLAMABAD: Prime minister Imran Khan on Tuesday said that Pakistan is facing several challenges, adding that govt trying to make the country’s economy strong which is necessary for the development of Pakistan.
Talking to the delegation of Ulema in Islamabad today (Tuesday), he said a unified education system is very imperative to promote national integration.
“Government will take every possible step to bring reforms in the education sector,” said PM Imran. He urged religious scholars to play a vital role in foiling the wicked designs of terror elements.
The scholars also appreciated the role of New Zealand premier for expressing solidarity with the Muslim Community.
The delegation reiterated its support to the government’s efforts to eliminate extremism from the country, adding that the terrorism could not be linked with any religion.
Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood, Information Minister Chaudhry Fawad Hussain, Minister for Religious Affairs Noor ul Haq Qadri, Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Ijaz Shah, State Minister for Interior Shaharyar Khan Afridi, Special Assistants Naeemul Haq, Yousuf Baig Mirza, Nadeem Afzal Gondal and senior officials also attended the meeting.