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Not madrassas, Pakistani schools and colleges are increasing bigotry: Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry

Terrorism in Pakistan: Pakistan’s Information and Broadcasting Minister Fawad Chaudhry on Thursday said that extremism in Pakistan is not due to madrassas but schools and colleges are responsible for it. Where teachers were hired during the 80s and 90s only under a conspiracy to ‘basically teach extremism’. It is worth noting that Choudhary was speaking while addressing a conference on terrorism in Islamabad that students of ‘ordinary schools and colleges’ were involved in several incidents of extremism in Pakistan. At the same time, the students studying in madrassa did not get any name in it.

Apart from this, Fawad further said, “You have blunted their (school and college students) mind. People with opposite views were declared as kufr. How can a person with opposing views be wrong with you.” Chowdhary questioned, “If you cannot tolerate a person with opposing views, then how will you easily bring positive changes in the society.”

Pakistan itself a threat

Fawad Chaudhry claimed, “The provinces where extremism was seen earlier in Pakistan is now in India, Pakistan is the land of Pir-Auliyas since its creation. There was never any religious extremism in Pakistan. He expressed regret and said that Pakistan is facing grave danger today due to religious extremism.

Fawad has ruled out any threat to Pakistan from India. According to him, Pakistan is threatened by religious extremism of its own country. According to Fawad, Pakistan has the sixth largest army in the world. We are a nuclear power and India can’t compete with us. . He is from within (Pakistan).”

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