According to details, a delegation of Ulemas and Mashaikhs called on Prime Minister Imran Khan. Minister for Religious Affairs Pir Noorul Haq Qadri and others were also present in the meeting.
On the occasion, the Prime Minister said that unity and solidarity in the Muslim Ummah of Pakistan is an important need of the hour. Pakistan raised its voice the most regarding Islamophobia.
Praising the ulema for their key role in tackling extremism and other issues, Imran Khan said that the cooperation of the ulema was needed to counter the conspiracies of division in the Muslim Ummah. ۔
He said that the series of meetings with the Ulema would continue so that the Ulema would continue to consult and guide in solving the problems facing the country.
The scholars paid homage to the Prime Minister for taking a strong stand on protection of the Holy Prophet in the UN and Islamophobia in the West, saying that the Prime Minister truly expressed the sentiments of the entire Muslim Ummah, including the people of the country.
The ulema praised the Prime Minister of Pakistan for taking an unequivocal stand on Israel, saying that the issue of Islamophobia was raised by Imran Khan as no one had ever raised it before.