No demand against constitution to be met: Prime Minister tells Ulema


Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said the government is striving to steer the country out of prevailing challenges and believes in resolving the problems through talks and consultations. The Prime Minister was talking to a delegation of Pakistan Ulema Council, which met him here on Thursday. The delegation led by Allama Tahir praised the government efforts for restoring peace in the country and extended full support to the foreign policy.

The Prime Minister stated the religious leaders have to play their role in improving the image of the country among the comity of nations. Nawaz Sharif said that the government held out full assurance to the Ulema that it would play role in achieving peace and religious harmony in the country. The demands of Taliban for peace are under consideration, which would be discussed by the new government committee. However‚ no demand against constitution or law will be met. The extremism can be eliminated by following the teachings of Islam in letter and in spirit. The delegation of Pakistan Ulema Council assured full support to the Prime Minister in his efforts to bring peace and harmony to the country.

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