Pakistan

Govt, TLP’s objective similar, methods differ: PM

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan Monday said the collective voice of Muslim world and threat of trade boycott could put an end to blasphemy against the holy prophet (PBUH) in the West in the name of freedom of expression adding that demonstrations would only damage Pakistan’s booming economy.

“Will expulsion of French ambassador and cutting ties with them stop blasphemy? Is there any guarantee that no one will do it again? I guarantee, if Pakistan does it (expels French envoy). I know the West. If Pakistan does it, some other European country will do it again in the name of freedom of expression,” he said in his televised address to the nation.

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